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Musique:
Paroles:
Livret: William Shakespeare

Type de série: Revival
Théâtre: Apollo Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 2 mois 3 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : vendredi 02 novembre 2012
Première : samedi 17 novembre 2012
Dernière : samedi 09 février 2013
Mise en scène : Tim Carroll
Chorégraphie :
Avec : Mark Rylance (Olivia), Samuel Barnett (Sebastian), Liam Brennan (Orsino), Paul Chahidi (Maria), John Paul Connolly (Antonio), Ian Drysdale (Priest/Valentine), Peter Hamilton Dyer (Feste), Johnny Flynn (Viola), Stephen Fry (Malvolio), James Garnon (Fabian), Colin Hurley (Sir Toby Belch), Roger Lloyd Pack (Sir Andrew Aguecheek), Mark Rylance (Olivia), Jethro Skinner (Captain/Officer), Ben Thompson (Curio)
Commentaires : Staged with an all-male ensemble, according to original Shakespearean practice. Transfert du Globe Theatre.
Presse : "The big draw is Stephen Fry's Malvolio, and he acquits himself extremely well. He is suitably grave, dignified and overbearing. My only reservation is that Fry has such natural lordliness and is so handsomely bearded that you feel he would be a catch for any Olivia.. " Michael Billington for The Guardian

"Mark Rylance and Stephen Fry stand at opposite ends of the acting spectrum. The former is a protean genius who can lose himself unrecognisably in his roles. The latter performs subtle clever variations on the Stephen Fry persona. So they make a piquant pairing – as the grieving Olivia and her jumped-up, killjoy steward Malvolio – in Tim Carroll's all-male, "original practices" production of Twelfth Night." Paul Taylor for The Independent

"In Twelfth Night...Rylance offers pure comic delight...Stephen Fry strikes me as a solid rather than an inspired Malvolio, comically capturing the puffed up conceit and pomposity of the man, but largely missing the character’s poignancy." Charles Spencer for The Daily Telegraph


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