Shakespeare’s Globe is delighted to announce full casting for Caroline Byrne’s forthcoming production of All’s Well That Ends Well opening in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse on Thursday 11 January.
After her ‘splendid’ (The Guardian) and ‘astonishingly powerful’ (Time Out) production of The Taming of the Shrew in 2016, Caroline Byrne brings this dark, twisted and dangerous interpretation of All’s Well That Ends Well to the candlelit intimacy of the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.
Ellora Torchia will play Helena. Previous theatre work includes The Treatment (Almeida) and Boys will be Boys (Bush Theatre). Screen credits include The Split (BBC), Broadchurch (ITV) and Indian Summers (Channel 4).
Will Merrick will play Bertram. Will’s recent theatre credits include The Libertine (Theatre Royal Bath), The Ghost Train (Royal Exchange), Merlin (Royal & Derngate) and Wendy and Peter Pan (RSC). Television work includes Poldark, Count Arthur Strong, Atlantis and Doctor Who (BBC). Film credits include Modern Life is Rubbish and About Time.
Nigel Cooke will play the King of France, having appeared on the Globe stage as Lucifer in Doctor Faustus in 2011, and as Exeter in Henry V in 2012. Other theatre work includes To Kill A Mockingbird(Royal Exchange), Berenice (Donmar Warehouse), King Lear (Liverpool Everyman), Pericles and The Winter’s Tale (RSC). Nigel’s television work includes Grantchester, Beowulf (ITV) and The Crown(Netflix). Film credits include Henry V and Forget Me Not.
Martina Laird is the Countess of Rossillion, returning to The Globe after appearing in Romeo and Juliet earlier this year. Martina’s recent stage credits include Julius Caesar / Henry IV / The Tempest (Donmar Warehouse), Who Cares (Royal Court), The House That Will Not Stand (Tricycle Theatre), Moon on a Rainbow Shawl (Talawa Theatre Company, National Theatre) and All the Little Things We Crushed(Almeida Theatre). Television includes EastEnders (BBC), Epiphany (ITV) and Shameless (Channel 4).
Imogen Doel will play Paroles, returning to The Globe after appearing in The Taming of the Shrew last year. Imogen’s recent theatre credits include Kanye the First (Hightide), Twelfth Night (National Theatre), The Seagull (Corn Exchange), The Importance of Being Earnest (Vaudeville Theatre), The Get Out and Gastronauts (Royal Court). Television work includes Happy Toys (BBC) and Misfits(Channel 4).
George Dumaine will be played by Buchan Lennon. Buchan’s recent theatre credits include Ding Dong(Traverse), Stand For It, The Soul in the Machine (Saltmine) and The Caucasian Chalk Circle (Royal Lyceum). Television work includes Armchair Detectives, Still Game (BBC) and Lovesick (Netflix).
Edward Dumaine will be played by Shaun Mason. Shaun’s recent theatre work includes Oliver Twist(Regent’s Park), This Bitter Earth – Black Lives Black Words (Bush Theatre), Romeo and Juliet(Sheffield Crucible) and Feed the Beast (Birmingham Rep). Television credits include Trollied (Sky), Rellik (BBC) and Cilla (ITV).
Rob Pickavance will play Lafeu. Rob’s recent stage credits include the role of Mr Twit in The Twits(Curve), The Master Builder, James and the Giant Peach (West Yorkshire Playhouse) and The Globe’s touring production of Much Ado About Nothing. Television work includes A Study in Time (BBC) and Coronation Street (ITV).
The full cast comprises Paige Carter, Nigel Cooke, Imogen Doel, Martina Laird, Buchan Lennon, Louisa Mai Newberry, Shaun Mason, Will Merrick, Rob Pickavance, Hannah Ringham and Ellora Torchia.
11 January – 3 March 2018
Directed by Caroline Byrne
Designed by Colin Richmond
Inspiring introductory talks about All's Well That Ends Well given by leading Shakespeare scholars and supported by Globe actors.
Tuesday 23 January 2018
Tuesday 20 February 2018
Tuesday 27 February 2018
Time: 6.00pm – 7.00pm
Venue: Nancy Knowles Lecture Theatre, Shakespeare's Globe
Tickets: £8 (£6 Members/Student)
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