Immersion Theatre | Revenger’s Tragedy 2012
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The lights go down. The applause echoes. The artists take their bows. But after the spectators have gone home, the candy floss has been eaten and the sequinned costumes put away, “Duke’s” becomes a playground for vice, violence and corruption.

 

“well-performed, well-produced, and a gruesomely enjoyable black comedy …”

One Stop Arts

 

We invite you into the suffocating world of the travelling troupe to meet the beautiful and virtuous Castiza and the voluptuary Lussurioso, the Ringmaster’s scheming heir; we invite you to meet the duplicitous twins, Ambitioso and Supervacuo and their younger brother – a smiling clown by day but a vicious rapist who stalks the empty fairground at night…. We invite you into the boudoir of the Duchess, up into the dizzying heights of the Big Top and right into the centre of the sawdust ring… We invite you to the circus!

 

“Extraordinarily unsettling…”

British Theatre Guide

White Bear Theatre

June 26 – July 1, 2012

 

Director – James Tobias

Costume Designer – Rachel Cartlidge

Movement Director – Jess Mack

Fight Director – Matt Gardner

 

CAST: MATTHEW LEIGH, LIAM MULVEY, CLAIRE LACEY, JODIE RAVEN, IAN CHAMPION, JO PRICE, ADAM ALEXANDER, ROSS HENRY STEELE, BARRY BROSNAN, ANDREW FUTAISHI, FRANCIS MOORE, PHIL PIGGOTT

HEN & CHICKENS THEATRE

October 2 – 20, 2012

 

CAST: DAN MARTIN, LIAM MULVEY, CLAIRE LACEY, JODIE RAVEN, IAN CHAMPION, ROCHELLE PARRY, ADAM ALEXANDER, JAMES CLIFFORD, BARRY BROSNAN, ANDREW FUTAISHI, FELIX TRENCH, PHIL PIGGOTT