Description - Rose Rage (Adapted from Shakespeare (TM)s Henry Vi Plays) by William Shakespeare
A condensed version of Shakespeare's three play saga of the Wars of the Roses, from England's loss of France, the quarrel between the Dukes of York and Somerset, to chaos, bloody battles and the rise of the future king, Richard III. Patrotism, glory, greed, treachery and tragedy, as performed over two evenings by Propellor, an all-male theatre company that aims to recreate the atmosphere of original Shakespeare productions, by using outdoor space and interactive media. Premiere at The Watermill Theatre, Newbury in February, 2001.
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(130mm x 210mm x mm)
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Author Biography - William Shakespeare
Edward Hall is Artistic Director of both Propeller and the Hampstead Theatre, London, and an Associate Director of the National Theatre, the Old Vic, and the Watermill Theatre. He has directed at the National, the RSC, Chichester, and theatres worldwide: Boston, New York, Chicago, Denver, Tokyo, winning several major awards. He has also worked extensively on television and radio. Roger Warren's numerous publications include five editions for the Oxford Shakespeare series; he has also prepared many performing editions, especially for Propeller and the Peter Hall Company. He has collaborated with Edward Hall on eleven Shakespeare productions in the last decade.