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Henry VI Part II

Synopsis
The fourth in a weekly live stream project by Rob Myles to present all of Shakespeare’s plays in the order in which it is thought they were originally written. Using the Zoom video conferencing platform, it brings together many actors currently unable to travel and perform due to the Coronavirus crisis. Charlene V. Smith provides a 15-minute introduction to the play before the reading begins.

Cast:
Richard Plantagenet, Duke Of York: Wendy Morgan @WendyMorgan
Queen Margaret: Lynn Favin @lynnfavin
King Henry The Sixth: Will Block
Duke Of Gloucester: Lynsey Beauchamp @LynseyBeauchamp
Duke Of Suffolk: Jack Baldwin
Earl Of Warwick: Alix Dunmore
Duchess Eleanor Of Gloucester: Seeta Indrani
Cardinal Beauford: David Ellis
Earl Of Salisbury: Christopher Marino
Jack Cade: Doireann May White
Duke Of Buckingham: Lachlan Mccall
Duke Of Somerset: Ahd Tamimi
ENSEMBLE 1: Ally Poole
ENSEMBLE 2: Benjamin Mcfadden
ENSEMBLE 3: Lesley Wilcox
ENSEMBLE 4: Patrick Mchugh
ENSEMBLE 5: Candice Handy
ENSEMBLE 6: Sulin Hasso
ENSEMBLE 7: Robert Lightfoot
Swing 1: Bryony Reynolds
Swing 2: John Defilippo
Series
Show Must Go Online, The
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Medium
Multimedia; Video
Transmission details
8 Apr 2020
Duration
210 mins

Credits

Director
Robert Myles

Additional Details

Production type
Fiction Films
Plays
Henry VI part 2
Subjects
Drama; Shakespeare

Notes

General
A project by actor and writer Robert Myles to present ‘weekly readings of the Complete Plays of Shakespeare by a global cast, in the order they were believed to have been written.' For more details, visit the peroject homepage at: https://robmyles.co.uk/theshowmustgoonline/

Online Availability

Online URL
https://youtu.be/8G1-55bE4aw
Online format
Streamed

Sponsor

Name

Robert Myles

Web
https://robmyles.co.uk/theshowmustgoonline/ External site opens in new window

Distributor

Name

YouTube

Web
http://www.youtube.com External site opens in new window

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