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Antony and Cleopatra

Synopsis
A syndicated radio adaptation of the play produced by the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. The production is directed for stage by Jerry Turner and for radio by Andrew C. Love.
Language
English
Country
Canada
Medium
Radio
Transmission details
Aug 1967
Duration
60 mins
Availability
No archive copy found (2007)

Credits

Writer
William Shakespeare
Adaptor for Radio
Andrew C. Love
Cast
Glen MazenMark Antony
Ann KinsolvingCleopatra
Paul Nagle JacksonOctavius Caesar
Vincent LandroSextus Pompey
Philip DavidsonEnobarbus
Arnold HummastiMardian
Cindy Kay VeazeyOctavia
David Kent Nale 
Dennis SparksDercetus
Dick HooserAttendant
Hal PoeScarus
Hal PoeVarrius
Joseph G. MedalisLepidus
Joseph G. MedalisClown
Karen Sue BoettcherIras
Ken DeGustaSoothsayer
Ken DeGustaSeleucus
Patrick OmiersCanidius
Patrick OmiersDiomedes
Rick HamiltonAlexas
Roald B. WulffThidias
Scott PorterEros
Sherman DorseyMenecrates
Tom DonaldsonAgrippa
Tom OleniaczDolabella
William RobertsMenas
William RobertsProculeius

Additional Details

Theatre company
Oregon Shakespeare Festival
Production type
Television and Radio Drama
Plays
Antony and Cleopatra
Subjects
Drama
Keywords
Shakespeare, William (1564-1616); Oregon Shakespeare Festival

Notes

General
The cast credits are those taken from the cast of the stage production as cast details for the radio production were not available. It has been assumed that the cast is the same but because the radio version is much shorter some of the roles may have been cut.
Reviews
The stage production was reviewed by Dorothy E. Nichols ‘The Oregon Shakespeare Festival, 1967’
Shakespeare Quarterly. Vol. 18, No. 4 (Autumn, 1967), pp. 421-423.

Production Company

Name

Oregon Shakespeare Festival

Contact
Archivist
Email
archives@osfashland.org
Web
http://www.osfashland.org External site opens in new window
Phone
+ 541 482 2111
Address
15 S Pioneer Street
Ashland
Oregon 97520

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