Coast of Utopia: Voyage, Olivier, National Theatre

September 15, 2002 § Leave a comment

The first part of Tom Stoppard’s trilogy.

Director: Trevor Nunn
Design: William Dudley with Matthew Kinley, Megan Huish, Adrian Linford
Lighting: David Hersey with Rachael McCutcheon
Music: Steven Edis
Sound: Paul Groothuis
Movement: David Bolger
Fights: Malcolm Ranson

Ensemble: Thomas Arnold / Sarah Manton / Kemal Sylvester
Liubov: Eve Best
Alexander Bakunin: John Carlisle
Doctor: Martin Chamberlain
Nicholas Stankevich: Raymond Coulthard
Nicholas Ogarev: Simon Day
Varvara: Felicity Dean
Alexander Herzen: Stephen Dillane
Mrs Beyer: Janine Duvitski
Varenka: Charlotte Emmerson
Natalie Beyer: Rachel Ferjani
Ivan Turgenev: Guy Henry
Michael Bakunin: Douglas Henshall
A Ginger Cat: Richard Hollis
Katya: Jasmine Hyde
Baron Renne / Pushkin / Police Commisiioner: Jack James
Vissarion Belinsky: Will Keen
Peter Chadeev: Iain Mitchell
Alexandra: Anna Maxwell Martin
Semyon: John Nolan
Nicholas Ketscher: Paul Ritter
Miss Chamberlain: Jennifer Scott Malden
Nicholas Polevoy: Nick Sampson
Nicholas Sazonov: Jonathan Slinger
Masha: Janet Spencer-Turner
Stepan Shevryev: Sam Troughton
Dyakov: David Verrey
Tatiana: Lucy Whybrow

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