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Player played by Rhianna McGreevy

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Globe On Tour (2018)

2018 marks not only Rhianna's debut at Shakespeare's Globe, but her first professional production on stage.
Roles: Duke Orsino / Katherina / Nerissa

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Player played by Jacqueline Phillps

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Globe On Tour (2018)

One of eight actors forming the Globe on Tour company, Jacqueline features in three shows this season.
Roles: Maria & Sebastian / Gremio & Vincentio / Portia

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director Federay Holmes

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Hamlet (2018)

Part of the Globe Ensemble, Fed directs Hamlet and As You Like It alongside Elle While.

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director Elle While

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Hamlet (2018)

Part of the Globe Ensemble, Elle directs Hamlet and As You Like It alongside Federay Holmes.

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Bertram played by Will Merrick

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All's Well That Ends Well (2018)

Previous theatre includes: The Libertine (Theatre Royal Haymarket); The Ghost Train (Royal Exchange); Wendy and Peter (RSC), and Merlin (Royal and Derngate).
Film includes: About Time, The Rack Pack, and Modern Life is Rubbish.
Television includes: Brief ...

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Helena played by Ellora Torchia

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All's Well That Ends Well (2018)

Ellora trained at RADA.
Previous theatre includes: Boys Will Be Boys (Bush Theatre/Headlong) and The Treatment (Almeida Theatre).
Film includes: Les Cowboys and Premiere Vacances.
Television includes: The Suspicions of Mr. Whicher, Indian Summers, DCI Banks, ...

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Goneril played by Emily Bruni

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King Lear (2017)

Playing the role of Goneril in King Lear, Emily makes her first appearance at Shakespeare's Globe.
Emily trained at Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
Previous theatre includes: Lunch and the Bow of Ulysses, Before You Were Born, Yes Prime Minister (Trafalgar ...

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Lear played by Kevin R McNally

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King Lear (2017)

Appearing in his first production at Shakespeare’s Globe, Kevin McNally will play the titular role in King Lear.
Previous theatre includes: The Missing Hancocks (Assembly Rooms), The Dance of Death (Donmar at Trafalgar Studios); Hay Fever (Noel Coward ...

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