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Love’s Labour’s Lost

Synopsis
National Theatre recording, on a single, fixed camera of the production directed by Trevor Nunn and designed by John Gunter.
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Medium
Video
Technical information
Colour / Sound
Recording date
1 Mar 2003
Duration
160 (inc.20min interval)

Credits

Director
Trevor Nunn
Writer
William Shakespeare
Music
Steven Edis
Production Design
John Gunter
Cast
Simon DayFerdinand, King of Navarre
Joseph FiennesBerowne
Olivia WilliamsPrincess of France
Kate FleetwoodRosaline
Martin MarquezDon Adriano de Armado
Akiya HenryMoth
Annette McLaughlinJaquenetta
Anthony CableMonsieur Marcade
Christopher BennettLord (1)
Daniel CrossleyForester
Duncan SmithCostard
John BarrowmanDumaine
Paul GrunertNathaniel
Philip VossBoyet
Richard HendersCostard
Robin SoansHolofernes
Tam MutuLongaville
Tom EspinerLord (2)

Additional Details

Theatre
Olivier Theatre, National Theatre
Theatre company
National Theatre Company
Production type
Stage Recordings
Historical period
Edwardian
Plays
Love’s Labour’s Lost; Winter’s Tale, The
Subjects
Drama
Keywords
Shakespeare, William (1564-1616); Doubling of roles

Notes

General
The cast is largely the same as appeared in the musical Anything Goes which was in the NT repertory at the time. This was the last play Nunn directed as the Director of the National Theatre. The doubling of the roles of Katherine/Maria was played by Jane Fowler and Mary Stockley. Which actress played the roles in this recording has not been ascertained.
History
Opening night 15 February 2003. Matinee performance recorded.

Production Company

Name

National Theatre

Archive

Name

National Theatre Archive

Contact
Archivist
Email
http://catalogue.nationaltheatre.org.uk/CalmView/ContactUsForm.aspx
Web
https://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/about-the-national-theatre/archive External site opens in new window
Phone
+44 (0) 20 7452 3135
Address
NT Studio
83-101 The Cut
London
SE1 8LL
UK

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