Julius Caeser, Henry IV, The Tempest
23 September 2016 – 17 December 2016
‘One of the most important theatrical events of the past twenty years’
‘Exhilarating… celebrates the imaginative power of theatre and the women working within it’
Following Julius Caesar and Henry IV, The Tempest completes a trilogy of Shakespeare productions directed by Phyllida Lloyd, a translatlantic project that has challenged the idea of ‘who owns Shakespeare’?
Harriet Walter once again leads an all-female cast in the three productions set in a women’s prison.
The Tempest transfered to St. Ann’s Warehouse, Brooklyn in January 2017 – the same venue as the two previous Shakespeare Trilogy productions.
The three Shakespeare Trilogy plays were filmed at Donmar King’s Cross, in a co-production between the Donmar Warehouse and Illuminations. Julius Caesar was selected for the Edinburgh International Film Festival 2017 and nominated for the Michael Powell Award for Best British Feature Film. It was also shown in cinemas across the UK on 12 July 2017.
In alphabetical order
Mark Antony/Hotspur/Ariel Jade Anouka
Lucius/Gadshill, Lady Percy/Ferdinand Sheila Atim
Julius Caesar/Westmoreland, Glendower/Stefano Jackie Clune
Cinna the Poet/Mortimer/Sebastian Shiloh Coke
Casca/Bardolph, Vernon/Trinculo Karen Dunbar
Portia, Octavius Caesar/Prince Hal Clare Dunne
Soothsayer/Poins, The Douglas/Miranda Leah Harvey
Calpurnia, Metellus Cimber/Hostess, Messenger/Gonzalo Zainab Hasan
Trebonius/Sir Walter Blunt, Sheriff/Prison Officer Jennifer Joseph
Cassius/Worcester, Peto/Alonso Martina Laird
Falstaff/Caliban Sophie Stanton
Dog, Cinna/Northumberland/Antonio Carolina Valdés
Brutus/Henry IV/Prospero Harriet Walter
Director Phyllida Lloyd
Designers Bunny Christie (Julius Caesar/Henry IV), Ellen Nabarro (Henry IV), Chloe Lamford (The Tempest)
Costume Designer Deborah Andrews (Henry IV)
Lighting Designer James Farncombe
Sound Designer Tom Gibbons
Movement Director Ann Yee
Composer Joan Armatrading (The Tempest)
Fight Director Kate Waters
Video Designer Duncan McLean
Rehearsal and production photography Helen Maybanks