Summary

First published in 1633 during the reign of Charles I, John Ford’s incestuous love story is one of the most powerful and controversial plays ever written. It is a classic example of the way in which the tragic plays of this time questioned morality, saw love as a violent entity and highlighted corruption in the halls of power... not in fact, a million miles away from what is potent in today’s society.

Credits

Production Date: December 2011

Performed by: HND Theatre - Years 1 & 2

Director: Tina Shuker

Choreography: Shaunagh Conway

Cast: Shaunagh Conway, Aiden Hall, Edward Lindley, Mark Nightingale, Zev Higginbottom, Nikki Lawton, Jo Louise Knibb, Nathan Robinson, Jenny Daly, Georgina Duffy, Jenny Simmonds, Daniel Ingham, Joanna Cassidy, Helena Butterworth, James Colley, Sophie Manville, Jessica Whiting and Tom Milton. Multimedia Work: Craig Lomas, Tina Shuker

Tags

Movie Gallery Performance Performing Arts
Ends

CONTACT: For more information email info@wakefield.ac.uk, or telephone 01924 789789.
DATE: 13 December, 2011

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