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Drama on 3: Antony and Cleopatra

Synopsis

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William Shakespeare's last great tragedy is set against the political backdrop of the Roman Empire and the centre of Egyptian culture, Alexandria. But at the heart of the play is the story of what happens when two people fall in love.

Soldiers, messenger and servants played by members of the cast
Music by Sylvia Hallett. performed by Sylvia Hallett (dulcimer). Keith Clouston (oud/mandola). Dirk Campbell (ney/aulos/bugles/duduk/coach-horn), Tim Garside (percussion) Director Mary Peate
David Harewood's TV CV: page 146

Contributors

Unknown: Cleopatra William Shakespeare
Music By: Sylvia Hallett.
Unknown: Sylvia Hallett
Unknown: Keith Clouston
Unknown: Dirk Campbell
Unknown: Tim Garside
Director: Mary Peate
Director: David Harewood
Cleopatra: Frances Barber
Antony: David Harewood
Enobarbus: Roger Allam
Octavius Caesar: Colin Tiemey
Lepidus: Ewan Hooper
Clown: Ewan Hooper
Pompey: Garry Cooper
Sentry: Garry Cooper
Eros: Paul Hilton
Varrius: Paul Hilton
Scarus: Ben Onwukwe
Alexas: Ben Onwukwe
Decretes: Martin Hyder
Thidias: Martin Hyder
Taurus: Martin Hyder
Philo: Gerard McDermott
Canidius: Gerard McDermott
Dolabella: Gerard McDermott
Maecenas: Sean Baker
Demetrius: Sean Baker
Agrippa: Peter Marinker
Ventidius: Ben Crowe
Proculeius: Ben Crowe
Menas: Jonny Phillips
Seleucus: Jonny Phillips
Ambassador: Ian Masters
Soothsayer: Ian Masters
Mardian: Peter Damey
Menecrates: Peter Damey
Gallus: Peter Damey
Octavia: Amanda Root
Charmian: Claire Rushbrook
Iras: Helen Longworth
Diomedes: Carl Prekopp






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