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Don Juan


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by MOLIERE in a new translation by CHRISTOPHER HAMPTON with Kenneth Haigh and Bill Fraser
This play was first performed in France on 15 February 1665. Cast in order of speaking:
Producer JOHN TYDEMAN ‡ (Bill Fraser is a National
Theatre player)


Translation By: Christopher Hampton
Unknown: Kenneth Haigh
Unknown: Bill Fraser
Producer: John Tydeman
Don Juan: Kenneth Haigh
Sganarelle, Don Juan's valet: Bill Fraser
Elvira, Don Juan's wife: Sheila Grant
Guzman, Elvira's squire: Patrick Tull
Elvira's brothers:Don Carlos: David Dailie
Elvira's brothers:Don Alonso: John Rye
Elvira's brothers:Don Louis, Don Juan's father: Rolf Lefebvre
Peasant:Charlotte: Kate Binchy
Peasant:Mathurine: Penelope Lee
Peasant:Pierrot: Brian Hewlett
The Statue of the Commander: Geoffrey Wincott
La Violette, Don Juan's servant: David Timson
M Dimanche, a tradesman: James Thomason
La Ramee, a swordsman: Patrick Tull
Beggar: Leslie Heritage
Ghost: Penelope Lee

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