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Posthumus, Cloten, Cornelius played by Mark Rylance

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Cymbeline (2001)

Mark Rylance played Posthumus in the 2001 production of Cymbeline.

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Posthumus played by Ira Mandela Siobhan

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Imogen (2016)

Ira trained at the Northern School of Contemporary Dance.
Previous theatre includes: Running Wild (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Macbeth, A Season in the Congo, Feast (Young Vic); Everyman, Fela! (National Theatre); Wind ...

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Portia, Octavius Caesar, Servant to Antony played by Toby Cockerell

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Julius Caesar (1999)

Toby Cockerell played Portia in the 1999 production of Julius Caesar. Toby also appeared in the Globe's opening season in Henry V and A Chaste Maid in Cheapside.

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Portia played by Rachel Pickup

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The Merchant of Venice (2015)

Rachel trained at RADA.
Theatre in the US includes: Private Lives, History Of Shakespeare’s Plays Uncovered, King Lear (Theatre for a New Audience); Act Without Words, Airswimming, Dancing at Lughnasa (Irish Rep); and An Ideal Husband.
Theatre in the UK ...

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Portia played by Michelle Duncan

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The Merchant Of Venice (2007)

Michelle Duncan played Portia in the 2007 production of The Merchant Of Venice.

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Portia played by Rachel Pickup

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The Merchant of Venice (2016)

Rachel trained at RADA.
Previous work for Shakespeare’s Globe includes: The Merchant of Venice, Antony & Cleopatra and Dr Faustus.
Other theatre in the US includes: The Cottage, Brilliance (New York); Private Lives (Hartford); History of ...

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Porter played by Nadia Albina

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Macbeth (2016)

Nadia Albina makes her Globe debut as the Porter in the upcoming production of Macbeth.
Nadia trained at LAMDA.
Previous theatre includes: Told from the Inside (Royal Court); Five Plays – You Are so Relevant (Young Vic); Robin Hood (Theatre Royal Stratford ...

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Polixenes played by Peter Forbes

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The Winter's Tale (2005)

Peter Forbes played Polixenes in the 2005 production of The Winter's Tale.

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