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Romeo and Juliet
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Romeo and Juliet

by Shakespeare

Royal Shakespeare Company

Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, 24 March 2004

The performance is approximately 2 hours and 45 minutes in length, including an interval of 20 minutes.

Escalus, Prince of Verona Leo Wringer
Mercutio, Kinsman of the Prince and friend of Romeo Gideon Turner
Paris, Kinsman of the Prince and suitor to Juliet Jonathan Forbes
Montague, Head of a Veronese Family Sion Tudor Owen
Lady Montague, Wife of Montague Anita Booth
Romeo, Montague's only son Matthew Rhys
Benvolio, Montague's nephew and Romeo's friend Trystan Gravelle
Abram, Montague's servant Caolan Byrne
Balthasar, Romeo's servant Samuel Clemens
Capulet, Head of a Veronese Family David Hargreaves
Lady Capulet, Wife of Capulet Emily Raymond
Juliet, Capulet's only daughter Sian Brooke
Tybalt, Capulet's nephew Tam Mutu
Nurse, Juliet's Nurse June Watson
Peter, Capulet servant of Nurse Matt Cross
Old Capulet Peter Bygott
Sampson, Capulet household Anatol Yusef
Gregory, Capulet household Edward Clarke
Friar Laurence John Normington
Friar John Caolan Byrne
Apothecary of Mantua Peter Bygott
Lady Jessica Tomchak
Musicians Trystan Gravelle
Tam Mutu
Sion Tudor Owen
Members of the Watch Peter Bygott
Caolan Byrne
Trystan Gravelle
Anatol Yusef
All other parts played by members of the company
Musicians: Treble viol Jacqui Robertson
Musicians: Tenor viol Angela Cranmore
Musicians: Guitar David Carroll
Musicians: Trumpet Andrew Stone-Fewings
Musicians: Horn David Statham
Musicians: Trombone Kevin Pitt
Musicians: Percussion James Jones
Directed by Peter Gill
Set designed by Simon Daw
Costumes designed by Deirdre Clancy
Lighting designed by Hartley T A Kemp
Music composed by Terry Davies
Sound designed by Jeremy Dunn
Fights directed by Terry King
Assistant Director Gavin Marshall
Music Director John Woolf
Company voice work Lyn Darnley
Casting Director John Cannon, CDG
Production Manager Mark Graham
Costume Supervisor Claire Murphy
Company Manager Michael Dembowicz
Stage Manager Suzi Blakey
Deputy Stage Manager Robbie Cullen
Assistant Stage Manager Marisa Ferguson

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