Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, Lyttleton, National Theatre

March 1, 1996 § Leave a comment

Director: Matthew Francis
Playwright: Tom Stoppard
Design: Lez Brotherston with Matt Kinley
Lighting: Howard Harrison with Lizz Poulter
Music: Mia Soteriou
Sound: Colin Pink
Movement: Toby Sedgwick

Gertrude: Lois Baxter
Ophelia / Pirate: Claudie Blakley
Alfred: Callum Dixon
Claudius / Pirate: Julian Forsyth
First Ambassador / Courtier / Pirate: Colin Haigh
The Player King: Alan Howard
Horatio / Courtier / Pirate: Malcolm James
Fortinbras / Courtier / Pirate: Francis Maguire
Laertes / Pirate: Charles Millham
Lady-in-Waiting: Marianne Morley
Lady-in-Waiting / Pirate / Singer: Jacqui O’Hanlon
Guildenstern: Simon Russell Beale
Hamlet: Paul Rattigan
Rosencrantz: Adrian Scarborough
Polonius: Harry Towb
Courtier / Pirate: Gareth Vaughan

Tragedians: Tim Crouch, James Hirst, Rowland Holmes, Clive Llewellyn, Kraig Thornber, Luke Williams




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