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Drama on 3: Regime Change


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Peter Straughan 's dark comedy, inspired by Shakespeare's Julius Caesar and produced in collaboration with the Royal Shakespeare
Company as part of the Complete Works Festival. In a run-down apartment block in Istanbul, Lutz is in hiding. He's preparing to seize power in his former state - just as soon as he's allowed.
Performed by members of the RSC ensemble.
Music composed by Adrian Lee , performed by the composer and George Hadjineophytou Producer/Director Jonquil Panting


Unknown: Peter Straughan
Unknown: Julius Caesar
Composed By: Adrian Lee
Composed By: George Hadjineophytou
Director: Jonquil Panting
Lutz: Henry Goodman
Coiler: Joseph Alessi
Dreyer: David Rubin
Jean: Golda Rosheuvel
Vlas: Julian Bleach
Ahmet: John Hopkins
Natascha: Mariah Gale
Umit: All Barisik

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Drama on 3: Regime Change

BBC Radio 3, 14 January 2007 20.00

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