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Director played by Jeremy Herrin

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The Tempest (2013)

Jeremy Herrin returns to the Globe to direct The Tempest and is the first director to be interviewed as part of the "Adopt a Director" series.
 
The Tempest will open at the Globe on 23 April. For more details visit: shakespearesglobe.com/theatre.

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Dogberry played by Paul Hunter

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Much Ado About Nothing (2011)

Following his role of Bottom in the 2008 Globe production of A Midsummer Night's Dream, Paul Hunter played another of Shakespeare's fools, Dogberry, in the 2011 Much Ado About Nothing.

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Dogberry played by Sarah Woodward

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Much Ado About Nothing (2004)

Sarah Woodwood played Dogberry in the 2004 production of Much Ado About Nothing, in her first season at Shakespeare's Globe.

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Don John played by Rachel Sanders

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Much Ado About Nothing (2004)

In Rachel Sanders' second season at Shakespeare's Globe she played Don John in the 2004 production of Much Ado About Nothing. In 2003 she was a member of the Globe's first all-female company and played parts in both The Taming of the Shrew (Widow) and Richard III ...

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Don John, Sexton played by Matthew Pidgeon

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Much Ado About Nothing (2011)

Matthew Pidgeon played the scheming villain Don John in the 2011 season's Much Ado About Nothing.

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Don Pedro played by Ewan Stewart

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Much Ado About Nothing (2011)

Ewan Stewart made his professional Shakespearean debut as Don Pedro in the 2011 season's production of Much Ado About Nothing.

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Dromio of Syracuse, Dromio of Ephesus played by Marcello Magni

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The Comedy Of Errors (1999)

In the Globe's 1999 production of The Comedy of Errors , Dromio of Syracuse and Dromio of Ephesus were played by Marcello Magni.

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Dromio(s) played by Fergal McElherron

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The Comedy Of Errors (2010)

Fergal McElherron played both Dromio of Syracuse and of Ephesus in the 2010 touring production of The Comedy Of Errors. His previous work at Shakespeare’s Globe includes: Loves' Labours' Lost, Romeo and Juliet, Helen, and A Winter’s Tale.

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