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Julius Caesar
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Julius Caesar

by William Shakespeare

Riverside Studios, 21 May 1980

There will be one interval

See also the programme note essay on Julius Caesar.

Flavius Anthony Heaton Anthony Heaton trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art and has appeared in regional theatre at Canterbury, Chester, Coventry, Exeter, Harrogate and Stoke on Trent, where his roles included Kite in The Recruiting Officer and Joe in The Daughter in Law. He then joined the Birmingham Repertory Company where he played Jasperino in The Changeling and Ron in The Pope's Wedding, later touring with the Company to Hong Kong. In London he has played Petruchio at The Open Space Theatre in The Taming of The Shrew, which was later filmed while on tour in Yugoslavia. His many T.V. appearances include The Naked Civil Servant, The Sweeney, On Giant's Shoulders, Minders and Snowy in Dick Barton Special Agent. Among his films are S.O.S. Titanic and The Bitch. Anthony Heaton, Julius Caesar, 1980
Carpenter Phil Daniels Phil Daniels trained at the Anna Scher Theatre of which he has been a member since 1972. He made his professional debut as the Page in Verdi 's Falstaff for BBC T.V. He has appeared at the Royal Court Theatre in Heroes and Class Enemy, at the Hampstead Theatre Club in Penny Whistle and at the ICA in American Days. His T.V. appearances include Raven, Hanging Around, Scum, The Country Wife, and Four Idle Hands. His films include: The Class of Miss Mac Michael, Zulu Dawn, Scum and he recently starred as Jimmy in the Who's film Quadrophenia. His band Phil Daniels and the Cross released their first album in January 1980 and will shortly be recording a second one for RCA. His latest film Breaking Glass is to be released shortly. Phil Daniels, Julius Caesar, 1980
Marullus James Carter James Carter studied English at Sussex University working at The Combination Theatre Company, Brighton before joining the University Theatre, Newcastle, where among other parts he played was Estragon in Waiting for Godot. From 1974 to 1976 he toured America with the Ken Campbell Roadshow and on his return joined the Phoenix Theatre, Leicester. In 1978 he returned to America to study at a circus school in New York, becoming a skilled juggler, tightrope walker and unicyclist. In 1977 he joined the National Theatre Company, appearing as Dom Fiollo in The Hunchback of Notre Dame at the Cottesloe Theatre and in 1978 became a member of the Young Vic Company, playing Stephano in The Tempest, Buckingham in Richard III and Mephistopheles in Faust. His T.V. appearances include Fox, and his films include Flash Gordon. An entertainer as well as an actor he has a magic act which he performs in cabaret. James Carter, Julius Caesar, 1980
Cobbler Peter Sproule Peter Sproule trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and made his first appearance in The Hostage at the Bristol Old Vic in 1968. He then began a long association with the Royal Court Theatre appearing most notably in the Edward Bond season in 1969. In 1974 he toured with the 7:84 Theatre Company in Trevor Griffiths' plays Occupations and Apricots. In 1979 he appeared in Tom Kempinski's Flashpoint at the Mayfair Theatre before joining the Nottingham Playhouse Company to play in Hamlet and Peter Barnes's adaptation of Antonio and Mellida. Most recently he has been appearing in Howard Brenton's Magnificence at the Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond. His T.V. work includes Blue Skies From Now On, The Naked Civil Servant and G. F. Newman's Billy. His films include '...If: The Land That Time Forgot and The Mouse and The Woman. Peter Sproule, Julius Caesar, 1980
Julius Caesar Robert Flemyng Robert Flemyng became an actor in 1931, playing in Rope at the County Theatre, Truro. He subsequently spent three years at the Liverpool Playhouse under the direction of William Armstrong, making his London debut in 1935 opposite Yvonne Arnaud in Worse Things Happen at Sea at the St James Theatre. Among the many parts he has created are Kit in Terence Rattigan's French Without Tears, General Forster in John Whiting's Marching Song, Philotas in Adventure Story also by Terence Rattigan, Edward Chamberlain in T. S. Eliot's The Cocktail Party and James Callifer in Graham Greene's The Potting Shed. He made his first New York appearance in 1938 in Spring Meeting with Gladys Cooper, remaining in America to play on Broadway in S. N. Behrman's No Time For Comedy with Laurence Olivier and Katherine Cornell. After the war, in which he served for six years in the army, he appeared in The Guinea Pig which ran for over a year at the Criterion Theatre. He returned to New York in 1947 to play John Worthing in John Gielgud's production of The Importance of Being Earnest, staying on to play Ben in Love for Love. He has toured extensively in Britain and abroad in many productions, which include Present Laughter, Sleuth, Suite In Two Keys, In Praise of Love and most recently as Sorin in The Seagull. His many T. V. appearances have included two years in the BBC series Compact and most recently Rebecca and Edward and Mrs Simpson. Since making his film debut in 1937 opposite Jessie Mathews in Head Over Heels, he has appeared in over 30 films including The Blue Lamp, The Man Who Never Was and Young Churchill. Robert Flemyng, Julius Caesar, 1980
Casca David Horovitch David Horovitch trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama. He has appeared in regional theatre at Cheltenham, Colchester, Leatherhead, Leicester, Manchester, Newcastle and Nottingham, playing parts such as Prince Hal in Henry IV; Jack Tanner in Man and Superman and Faukland in The Rivals, a Leatherhead production which also toured the U.S.A. His London appearances include There's a Girl in My Soup at the Globe and Comedy Theatres, Charlie's Aunt at the Apollo Theatre, An Inspector Calls and Hamp at the Mermaid Theatre and at the Greenwich Theatre in 1975 he played John Worthing in The Importance of Being Earnest, Bertram in All's Well That Ends Well and Claudio in Measure for Measure. He also appeared at the Greenwich Theatre in Etherege's She Would If She Could. His T.V. appearances include The Expert, Bouquet of Barbed Wire, Hadleigh, Emmerdale Farm and Prince Regent. He has recently played Dr. Watson in The Crucifer of Blood at the Haymarket Theatre, London. David Horovitch, Julius Caesar, 1980
Calphurnia Gillian Barge Gillian Barge trained at the Birmingham Theatre School and has subsequently worked in regional theatre in Birmingham, Bristol, Harrogate, Nottingham and York. From 1967 to 1975 she was a member of the National Theatre Company appearing most notably in productions of The Misanthrope (which she also played on Broadway), Equus, The National Health, The Cherry Orchard in which she played Varya and Measure for Measure in which she played Isabella. She was a member of the Joint Stock Theatre Company from 1976 to 1978 appearing in Devil's Island, Yesterday's News, A Mad World My Masters and Epsom Downs. In 1978 she returned to America to play Hippolyta for a newly formed company, Shakespeare & Co., rejoining the Company in 1979 to play Paulina in The Winter's Tale. Her films include The National Health. Her last appearance at Riverside Studios was in Nicholas Wright's Treetops in 1978. Gillian Barge, Julius Caesar, 1980
Mark Anthony John Price John Price trained as a teacher and started in children's theatre. He has worked at Birmingham, Chesterfield, Harrogate, Nottingham and Sheffield, playing such roles as Oberon/Theseus, Macbeth, Captain Plume in Trumpets and Drums and Frank Butler in Annie Get Your Gun. In London he has appeared at the Royal Court Theatre in The Changing Room by David Storey and Show Me The Way To Go Home, and at the Globe Theatre in Alan Ayckbourne's Joking Apart. He played Orsino in Twelfth Night at the RSC, Orlando in As You Like It at Nottingham and the Edinburgh Festival and Alsemero in The Changeling at Riverside Studios, all three productions directed by Peter Gill. His many T.V. appearances include the series Sam, Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm, Out of Bounds, Destiny, Kate and the Good Neighbour and The Nesbitts Are Coming. He has just finished filming a leading part in Irene et sa Folie in France. John Price, Julius Caesar, 1980
Decius Brutus Malcolm Ingram Malcolm Ingram trained at the Drama Centre, London and has worked in regional theatre at Birmingham, Cheltenham, Coventry, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Nottingham. His London theatre appearances include: Skyvers at the Round House, After Magritte at the Almost Free Theatre and Tederella at the Bush Theatre. He also appeared in Tom Stoppard's Dirty Linen and New Found Land at the Almost Free and the Arts Theatre. Among his many appearances at the Royal Court have been Fourth Day Like Four Long Months of Absence and Edward Bond's The Fool directed by Peter Gill. In 1978 he joined the National Theatre Company to play in Julian Mitchell's Half Life at the Cottlesloe Theatre, later transferring with it to the Duke of Yorks Theatre. His most recent London Theatre appearance was in The Glass Menagerie at The Round House. T.V. appearances include the lead role of Gillon Cameron in the Camerons or the BBC. Malcolm Ingram, Julius Caesar, 1980
Soothsayer Paul Bentall Paul Bentall trained at the Drama Centre, London and subsequently worked at the Theatre Royal, Lincoln before joining the Citizens' Theatre, Glasgow where his roles included Rosencrantz in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, Owen Marshall in Noel Coward's Semi-Monde, Trigorin in The Seagull and Fedya in Chinchilla. In London he has appeared in Peter Barnes's Laughter at the Royal Court Theatre and This Property is Condemned at the Pentameter Theatre Club, Hampstead. His T.V. appearances include As You Like It for the BBC and among his films are A Bridge Too Far and Flash Gordon. Paul Bentall, Julius Caesar, 1980
Marcus Brutus John Shrapnel John Shrapnel read English at Cambridge University and then joined the Nottingham Playhouse Company and subsequently the Royal Shakespeare Company. He was a founder member of the Granada TV Stables later joining Prospect Theatre Company and the National Theatre Company where his roles included Banquo, Orsino, Charles Surface, Endicott in Front Page, and Eddie in The Party. His other theatre appearances include Leonard Brazil in Stephen Poliakoffs City Sugar at the Bush Theatre, Andrey in Three Sisters at the Cambridge Theatre, Tesman in Hedda Gabler at the Duke of Yorks Theatre and Timon in Timon of Athens at the Bristol Old Vic. His T.V. appearances include Elizabeth R, King Lear, Professional Foul, Edward and Mrs Simpson, Gossip From the Forest, The Sound of the Guns and The Victim, His films include Nicholas and Alexandra, Pope Joan and Hennessey. He has just finished a season with the Royal Shakespeare Company where he played Dimitri in The Children of the Sun and Agamemmnon and Apollo in The Greeks. John Shrapnel, Julius Caesar, 1980
Caius Cassius Michael Byrne Michael Byrne trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama and then worked in regional theatre at Birmingham, Coventry, Leatherhead and Nottingham, playing such parts as Puck, Jimmy Porter, Konstantin and Trofimov. From 1965 to 1968 he was a member of the National Theatre Company appearing in numerous productions including Much Ado About Nothing, 1relawny of the Wells, The Royal Hunt of the Sun, Black Comedy and A Bond Honoured. He has appeared in The Double Dealer and Lulu at the Royal Court Theatre, Clever Soldiers at the Hampstead Theatre Club and in Butley at the Criterion Theatre. After playing in The Lady of the Sea at the Manchester Royal Exchange he rejoined the National Theatre Company in 1979 to play Mauer in Undiscovered Country and Maskwell in The Double Dealer. His many T.V. appearances include parts in Edward VII, Headmaster, Rogue Male, The Devil's Crown, Strangers and Saint Joan. His films include Force 10 To Navarone, A Bridge Too Far, Butley, The Eagle Has Landed and The Medusa Touch. Michael Byrne, Julius Caesar, 1980
Cicero Alan Mason Alan Mason trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and has played in repertory at Bromley, Chelmsford, Derby, Newcastle and Northampton. He has toured in The Iceman Cometh, Rattle of a Simple Man, Lock up Your Daughters and appeared in Luther by John Osborne at the Phoenix Theatre, London. Between 1971 and 1978 he taught drama in a comprehensive school in Alperton and returned to the theatre to tour Holland in Othello, joining the National Theatre Company in 1979. His T.V. appearances include a new series, The Innes Book of Records. He has also written two children's shows, a revue and five pantomimes for the Derby Playhouse. Alan Mason, Julius Caesar, 1980
Cinna Jack Klaff Jack Klaff began his career in the theatre in the Brook Theatre in Johannesburg. He subsequently trained at the Bristol Old Vic School later joining the Bristol Old Vic Company appearing in Macbeth and as Stephen Blackpool in Hard Times. After a season at the Oxford Playhouse he joined the Liverpool Everyman Theatre Company to play Trigorin and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde in Dr Jekyll of Rodney Street. He was a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1977 playing Charles in As You Like It and Clarence in Henry VI. He rejoined the Company in 1978 to play Gower in The Sons of Light. His other theatre appearances include Thornton Wilder's The Matchmaker at Her Majesty's Theatre and A Thought in Three Parts for Joint Stock at the ICA. He recently returned to Bristol to play in Troilus and Cressida and Michael Frayn's Donkey's Years. His T.V. appearances include roles in The Sweeney and Nice 'Ere Innit. A writer as well as an actor, his play Letters Alone has been performed by the Royal Shakespeare Company at the Warehouse and he has recently completed a commission for BBC radio. Jack Klaff, Julius Caesar, 1980
Lucius Phil Daniels
Metellus Cimber Peter Wight Peter Wight read English at Oxford University, He has appeared in regional theatre at Hornchurch, Leicester, Liverpool and Manchester, where he played Lucio in Measure for Measure. From 1973 to 1975 he was a member of the Mayday Community Theatre in Battersea and subsequently appeared in Sudlow's Dawn at the Theatre Upstairs and at the ICA in the Foco Novo production of Colin Mortimer's Freefall with which he also toured. He has recently appeared as Edmund in King Lear at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre. His T.V. appearances include The Sweeney, Z Cars, Armchair Thriller and The One and Only Phyllis Dixie. His films include The Bitch and Good Behaviour. Peter Wight, Julius Caesar, 1980
Trebonius James Carter
Portia Lindsay Duncan Lindsay Duncan trained at the Central School of Speech & Drama. Her first stage appearances were at Southwold and Crewe before going to the Hampstead Theatre Club to appear in Moliere's Don Juan where she also appeared later in Mike Stott's Comings and Goings. She subsequently joined the Manchester Royal Exchange Company where her roles included Viola in Twelfth Night, Daphne in Present Laughter, Margaret in The Ordeal of Gilbert Pinfold, which later transferred to the Round House. She has also appeared in Plenty at the National Theatre, The Deep Blue Sea with the Cambridge Theatre Company and recently as Sylvia in The Recruiting Officer at the Bristol Old Vic and the Edinburgh Festival. Her T.V. appearances include The Winkler, an ITV playhouse, New Girl in Town and she has just finished filming Mike Leigh's The Iron Frog for the BBC. Lindsay Duncan, Julius Caesar, 1980
Caius Ligarius Alan Mayson
Caesar's servant Peter Sproule
Publius Francis Mughan Frances Mughan trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama and appeared in regional theatre at Birmingham, Liverpool and Worcester before joining the Prospect Theatre Company to play in Richard Ill, Pericles, The Royal Hunt of the Sun and Twelfth Night. He also toured extensively with the Company both in this country and abroad. His T. V. appearances include Z Cars, The Avengers and The Professionals. His films include A Bridge Too Far, Flash Gordon and most recently The John Reid Story. Francis Mughan, Julius Caesar, 1980
Artemidorus Anthony Head Anthony Head trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art and then joined the national tour of Godspell, playing Jesus when the show returned to the West End. He later appeared in Henry V at the Ludlow Festival, and subsequently spent a season at the Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham, where he played, among other parts, Joseph in Joseph and His Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. He then joined the Nottingham Playhouse Company to play Randolph in Teeth 'n Smiles. His T.V. appearances include An Enemy of The People, Lillie, Accident, The Mallens and he has recently completed the role of Tony Kroesig in Nancy Mitford's Love in a Cold Climate for Thames T. V. Anthony Head, Julius Caesar, 1980
Popilius Lena Anthony Heaton
Antony's servant Paul Herzberg Paul Herzberg first trained at the University of Capetown Drama School, and appeared in South Africa at the Space Theatre and the Nico Malan Theatre. He then attended The London Academy of Dramatic Art and has since appeared in Athol Fugard's Hello and Goodbye, Herod the Great at the Crucible, Sheffield, and The People Are Living There at the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester. He most recently appeared in Sweet Eros at the Pentameter Theatre, Hampstead. His T.V. appearances include Lillie, Tales of the Unexpected, Prince Regent, Facing the Sun and The Professionals. His film appearances include Whistling in The Dark. Paul Herzberg, Julius Caesar, 1980
Octavius's servant John Francis John Francis worked as a teacher before he trained for the theatre at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. He subsequently toured with the Unicorn Theatre in England and Holland. After playing the leading role in The Corn is Green at Guildford he made his London debut in Under Milk Wood at the Mayfair Theatre. He has also appeared in Bent at the Royal Court Theatre and later at the Criterion Theatre. On the radio he has played Cliffin Waggoners Walk and on television he has appeared in Word for Word, Jackanory Playhouse and recently as Lloyd George's son Gwilym in the BBC production Lloyd George. He has recently appeared as the King of France in King Lear at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre. John Francis, Julius Caesar, 1980
Cinna the Poet John Francis
Lepidus Paul Bentall
Lucilius Peter Wight
Pindarus Anthony Heaton
Titinius Jack Klaff
Poet James Carter
Messala Malcolm Ingram
Varro Paul Herzberg
Claudius Francis Mughan
Messenger John Francis
Young Cato Paul Hertzberg
1st soldier John Francis
2nd soldier Francis Mughan
Clitus Paul Bentall
Dardanius Alan Mason
Voluminius David Horovitch
Strato Peter Sproule
Plebeians, soldiers, etc The Company
Director Peter Gill Peter Gill started in the theatre as an A.S.M. and worked as an actor in repertory at the Royal Court Theatre and with the Royal Shakespeare Company. He has been closely associated with the Royal Court Theatre, where he was Assistant Director in 1965 and Associate Director from 1970 to 1972. He is perhaps most celebrated for his pioneering work on the plays of D. H. Lawrence but he has directed over 30 plays from the modern and classical repertories in Europe and North America as well as productions of his own plays, The Sleepers' Den, Over Gardens Out and Small Change. In 1976 he was appointed Director of Riverside Studios where he has directed productions of The Cherry Orchard, The Changeling and Measure for Measure. Peter Gill, Julius Caesar, 1980
Designer Alison Chitty Alison Chitty studied stage design at the Central School of Art and Design. She began her career as Assistant Designer at the Victoria Theatre, Stoke on Trent in 1971 where she became Head of Design in 1974 and was responsible for over 30 productions of classical, documentary and new plays as well as children's entertainments. She has also designed Benjamin Britten's Noyes Fludde for Keele University, the York Mystery Plays at the York Festival, Ken Campbell's Old King Cole at the Theatre Royal, Stratford East and for BBC T.V. Fight For Shelton Bar, a documentary that originated at Stoke on Trent. In 1979 she designed Measure for Measure at Riverside Studios and recently Ecstasyand Uncle Vanya both at the Hampstead Theatre Club. She was a member of the team of British designers which won the first prize at the 1979 Prague Quadrenniale Exhibition. Alison Chitty, Julius Caesar, 1980
Music George Fenton George Fenton has worked widely in the theatre as a composer and musician. He wrote incidental music for Twelfth Night for the Royal Shakespeare Company, A Fair Quarrel for the National Theatre, As You Like It for the Nottingham Playhouse and Edinburgh Festival, and the Riverside productions of The Cherry Orchard, The Changeling and Measure for Measure. His T.V. work includes Hitting Town, Last Summer, The Voysey Inheritance, Out, a series of six plays by Alan Bennett, Shoestring, Chance of a Lifetime and recently Fox and Bloody Kids. Among his films are Private Road, Hussy, Waterloo Bridge and Handicap. He is currently working on The History Man for the BBC and the film The Car Park. George Fenton, Julius Caesar, 1980
Lighting Rory Dempster Rory Dempster trained as an electrician in the West End and in the 1960s lit rock concerts by, among others, Jimi Hendrix and The Who. At Nottingham Playhouse he designed the lighting for Brassneck, The Churchill Play, Comedians, Touched and The Cherry Orchard. In London he lit The Merry Go Round, Not I and Krapp's Last Tape at the Royal Court Theatre and Yesterday's News, Devil's Island and A Mad World My Masters for the Joint Stock Theatre Group. West End theatre work includes Sizwe Bansi is Dead, The Island, Entertaining Mr Sloane, Lennie, Teeth 'n' Smiles, City Sugar and The Rocky Horror Show. He has lit Twelfth Night at the Royal Shakespeare Company and Weapons of Happiness, The Madras House and Plenty for the National Theatre. Work abroad includes The Rocky Horror Show in Norway and Japan, the ballet Romeo and Juliet in Cologne and The Oedipus Plays for the Dubrovnik Festival. Formerly Technical Director of Riverside Studios, where he designed the lighting for The Cherry Orchard, The Changeling and Measure for Measure, he is now freelance again and has recently designed Death in Venice for the 1980 Adelaide Festival. He has also designed flexible seating for Riverside Studios. Rory Dempster, Julius Caesar, 1980
Assistant to the Director John Cruickshank
Technical Manager John Leonard
Stage Manager Francesca Greatorex
Deputy Stage Managers Howard Kingston
Ian Fisher
Assistant Stage Manager Jane Scott
Master Carpenter Steven Scott
Chief Electrician David Richardson
Sound Roy Truman Sound Services
Costume Supervisor Clare Mitchell
Wardrobe Mistress Jo Staples
Design Assistant Hilary Vernon-Smith
Student Design Assistants Kerrie Lofton-Smith
Tracy Miller
Scenery built in the Riverside Workshops
Properties Stewart Simkins
J & J Maybank Ltd
Set painting Liz Reed
Metalwork Richard Ingram
Costume Makers Wallace & McMurray
Diana Belli
Jane Cowood
Wigs & Makeup Janet Archibald
Dyeing Penny Hadrill
Graphics David Ogilvie
Production Photographs John Haynes
Programme notes Simon Usher
Programme photographs Ray Abbott
Financial assistance Hammersmith Riverside Arts Trust Ltd gratefully acknowledges financial assistance from the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham, The Arts Council of Great Britain, The Greater London Arts Association and The Greater London Council.
Hammersmith Riverside Arts Trust Ltd also wishes to thank IBM United Kingdom Ltd for their financial assistance with this production of Julius Caesar.

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