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Cast Announced for TSMGO’s The Life and Death of King John

King John CastThe Show Must Go Online today announce the full cast for their upcoming live-streamed reading of William Shakespeare’s The Life and Death of King John. The cast is Isabel Adomakoh Young (Blanch Of Spain & Prince Henry), Francesca Baker (Salisbury), PJ Barner (Pembroke), Susan Benninghoff (Swing & Lady Faulconbridge), Ian Blackwell Rogers (Ensemble 1), Charlie Clee (Philip the Bastard), Danielle Farrow (Queen Elinor), Julia Giolzetti (Constance), Jamey Grisham (Lewis the Dauphin), Karim Hadaya (Hubert de Burgh), Hasna Haidar (Chatillion & Lord Bigot), Niamh James (Arthur), Steven Jensen (Philip King of France), Drew Linson (Swing 2, Sheriff & French Herald), Adam Pelta-Pauls (Ensemble 3), Veera Suomi (Lymoges, Duke of Austria), Austin Tichenor (Cardinal Pandulph), Lauren Wilson (Ensemble 2), and Hannah Young (King John).

The live-streamed reading of The Life and Death of King John can be watched live on Wednesday 10 June at 7pm BST here (https://youtu.be/Cq7zd2dkALc).

The cast have worked with Shakespeare’s Globe, The RSC, Reduced Shakespeare Company, BBC, Channel 4, Folger Shakespeare Library, Drunk Shakespeare, National Youth Theatre, Guildford Shakespeare Company, Princess Cruises, and Harper Collins.

Robert Myles said of the show, “This play feels like it was written for right now. There are so many extraordinary lines delivered by these characters, who themselves exhibit the flaws of our own leadership in this moment, and the chaos that those leaders create. We have a fantastic cast and crew working tirelessly to bring this to life in just two and a half days, and already it is looking fantastic. Watch LIVE on Wednesday to discover this hidden gem in a totally new way.

For updates on the shows, to take part, or to donate to an opt-in hardship fund for the actors who take part, visit: https://robmyles.co.uk/theshowmustgoonline

FULL SCHEDULE
All performances will be streamed live from 7pm BST on Wednesdays.

10 June 2020 King John (1596)
17 June 2020 The Merchant of Venice (1596–1597)
24 June 2020 Henry IV, Part 1 (1596–1597)
01 July 2020 The Merry Wives of Windsor (1597)
08 July 2020 Henry IV, Part 2 (1597–1598)
15 July 2020 Much Ado About Nothing (1598–1599)
22 July 2020 Henry V (1599)
29 July 2020 Julius Caesar (1599)
05 August 2020 As You Like It (1599–1600)
12 August 2020 Hamlet (1599–1601)
19 August 2020 Twelfth Night (1601)
26 August 2020 Troilus and Cressida (1600–1602)
02 September 2020 Measure for Measure (1603–1604)
09 September 2020 Othello (1603–1604)
16 September 2020 All’s Well That Ends Well (1604–1605)
23 September 2020 King Lear (1605–1606)
30 September 2020 Timon of Athens (1605–1606)
07 October 2020 Macbeth (1606)
14 October 2020 Antony and Cleopatra (1606)
21 October 2020 Coriolanus (1608)
28 October 2020 The Winter’s Tale (1609–1611)
04 November 2020 Cymbeline (1610)
11 November 2020 The Tempest (1610–1611)
18 November 2020 Henry VIII (1612–1613)

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