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Drama on 3: Daughter of the Air

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A story of ambition, lust and conquest, by 17th-century playwright Pedro Calderon de la Barca , based on the classical legend of bemiramis, the warrior queen of Assyria. Produced in collaboration with the Royal Shakespeare Company, this first modern English translation by Dan Lewenstein is performed by members of the RSC in a version for radio by Sarah Woods.
Music by Anders Sodergren , performed by Michael Tubbs , Kevin Waterman and members of the cast Producer/Director Jonquil Panting

Contributors

Unknown: Pedro Calderon de la Barca
Translation By: Dan Lewenstein
Unknown: Sarah Woods.
Music By: Anders Sodergren
Unknown: Michael Tubbs
Unknown: Kevin Waterman
Semiramis: Rebecca Johnson
Menon: John Ramm
Nino: William Buckhurst
Chato: Simon Trinder
Irene: Claire Cox
Sirene: Katherine Kelly
Arsidas: John Stah
Lidoro: John Stah
Tiresias: Clifford Rose
Lisias: Joseph Chance
Roro: Matt Ryan
Villagers: Emma Pallant
: Joanna van Kampen

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Drama on 3: Daughter of the Air

BBC Radio 3, 21 November 2004 19.45






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