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Romeo & Juliet

Alternative title
Romeo and Juliet
Synopsis
Television production of Romeo and Juliet commissioned for C4’s Middle English schools slot. Directed by Alan Horrox with Geraldine Somerville as Juliet and Jonathan Firth as Romeo.
Series
Middle English
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Medium
Television; Video
Technical information
Colour / Sound
Transmission details
13 Jan 1994 at 09:30 (Channel: Channel Four)
Duration
81 mins
Availability
Out of distribution (2006).

Credits

Director
Alan Horrox
Producer
Sue Mather
Cinematographer
David Mancori
Writer
William Shakespeare
Music
Tony Flynn
Production Design
Casey Dobie
Costume
Mary-Jane Reyner
Adaptor for Television
Grant Cathro
Cast
Jonathan FirthRomeo
Geraldine SomervilleJuliet
Ben DanielsMercutio
John WoodvineFriar Laurence
Dearbhla MolloyNurse
Alexis DenisofTybalt
David LyonEscalus, Prince of Verona
Freddy DouglasParis
Jenny AgutterLady Capulet
John NettlesCapulet
Kate RidingLady Montague
Martin MilmanMontague
Nicholas BarnesBalthasar

Additional Details

Production type
Television and Radio Drama
Historical period
Renaissance Italy
Plays
Romeo and Juliet
Subjects
Drama
Keywords
schools; Shakespeare, William (1564-1616)

Notes

History
Shown in five 15min episodes 13 January-9 February 1994 and repeated later. in the year.

Production Company

Name

Thames Television

Notes
See: GL Education (www.gl-education.com/)

Archive

Name

Birmingham Shakespeare Library

Email
arts.library@birmingham.gov.uk
Web
http://www.birmingham.gov.uk External site opens in new window
Phone
0121 303 4227
Fax
0121 464 1005
Address
Birmingham Central Library
Arts Language and Literature
Chamberlain Square
BIRMINGHAM
B3 3HQ
United Kingdom
Name

Folger Shakespeare Library

Email
reference@folger.edu
Web
http://www.folger.edu External site opens in new window
Phone
(202) 544 4600
Fax
(202) 544 4623
Address
201 East Capitol Street, SE
Washington
DC 20003
USA

Online Retailer

Name

amazon.co.uk

Web
http://www.amazon.co.uk External site opens in new window

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