Love's Labour's Won (Production) [electronic resource].

RSC, 2014
1 online resource (148 min.)

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With his mysterious title applied here to Much Ado About Nothing, Shakespeare's tale of relationships beginning and ending is brought to life in this Edwardian reimagining of Love's Labour's Won from the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Christopher Luscombe: Stage Director;Robin Lough: Screen Director;Nigel Hess: Composer;Simon Higlett: Designer;Oliver Fenwick: Lighting;Jeremy Dunn: Sound;Jenny Arnold: Movement;Guy Unsworth: Assistant Director;John Woolf: Music Director;Tess Dignan: Company Text and Voice Work;Peter Griffin: Production Manager;Samantha Pickering: Costume Supervisor;Janet Gautrey: Stage Manager;Kevin Fitzmaurice: Producer;John Wyver: Producer, Live from Stratford-upon-Avon;Martin McKellan: Dialect Coach;Helena Palmer CDG: Casting Director;Pippa Hill: Literary Manager;Alistair Bruce: Historical Advisor;Jondon : Company Manager;George Hims: Deputy Stage Manager;Emma McKie: Assistant Stage Manager;
Terry, Michelle actor
Bennett, Edward actor
Horovitch, David, actor
Wheatley, Thomas actor
Spencer-Longhurst, Flora actor
Waller, Harry actor
Manton, Emma actor
McNamee, Frances actor
Nayak, Chris actor
Basham, Peter actor
Levy, Sophie Khan actor
Hodgkinson, John actor
Alexander, Sam actor
Kasim, Tunji actor
Belchambers, William actor
Lynes, Oliver actor
Haverson, Nicholas, actor
Smith, Roderick actor
McGovern, Peter actor
Newall, Jamie actor
McCalphy, Chris actor
Royal Shakespeare Theatre
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