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Faust: Part Two


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The concluding part of Johann von Goethe 's epic play first performed in 1854. Adapted by Anthony Vivis from the translation by Louis MacNeice and E L Stahl . Faust continues his striving and restless activity as new adventures fuel his romantic longings.
Music Christos Pittas Rpt


Unknown: Johann von Goethe
Adapted By: Anthony Vivis
Translation By: Louis MacNeice
Unknown: E L Stahl
Music: Christos Pittas
Faust: Simon Callow
Mephistopheles: Ronald Pickup
Helen: Maureen O'Brien
Homunculus: Jane Knowles
Emperor: David March
Gretchen: Angharad Rees
Wagner: John Livesey
Ariel: Andrew Branch
Euphorion: Andrew Branch
Nereus: Richard Hurndall
Porteus: John Westbrook
Chief: John Westbrook
Chancellor: Lockwood West
Thales: Hugh Dickson
Hoarder: Hugh Dickson
Treasurer: Hugh Dickson
Lynceus: David McAlister
Steward: David McAlister
Anaxagoras: Ronald Herdman
Philemon: Ronald Herdman
Famulus: John Bull
Fool: John Bull
Dread: Frances Jeater
Galatea: Frances Jeater
Manto: Jean Trend
Chorus-leader: Jean Trend
Erichtho: Pauline Letts
Want: Pauline Letts
Thumper: Spencer Banks
Page: Spencer Banks

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