Full cast has been announced for the return of Lucy Bailey’s production of Titus Andronicus to Shakespeare’s Globe, with performances commencing 24th April before official opening on 1st May, for a run in rep through to 13th July 2014.
Cast includes William Houston as Titus and Indira Varma as Tamora. Houston’s previous performances with the RSC have included title roles in Coriolanus, Ben Jonson’s Sejanus, Troilus and Cressida and Henry V, for which he was nominated for an Evening Standard Award for Best Actor. He portrayed Pentheus/Agave in Sir Peter Hall’s Bacchai at the National.
Varma was recently in Jamie Lloyd’s production of The Hothouse at Trafalgar Studios. Her TV credits include Luther, Silk and Rome, and she appears in the new series of Game of Thrones in early April.
Cast includes: Obi Abili as Aaron, Natthew Needham as Saturninus, Ian Gelder as Marcus, with Steffan Donnelly, Dyfan Dwyfor, Samuel Edward-Cook, Paul Ham, Nicholas Karimi, Jake Mann, Brian Martin, Bryonie Pritchard, David Shaw-Parker, Flora Spencer-Longhurst and Jamie Wilkes.
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