Shakespeare Theatre Company TEST | 1984 - Shakespeare Theatre Company TEST 1984 - Shakespeare Theatre Company TEST
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“***** A chilling, ingenious 101 minutes. I urge you to see this stunning show.” - The Times

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    Simon Coates
  • O'Brien
    Tim Dutton
  • Charington
    Stephen Fewell
  • Martin
    Christopher Patrick Nolan
  • Syme
    Ben Porter
  • Winston
    Matthew Spencer
  • Mrs. Parsons
    Mandi Symonds
  • Julia
    Hara Yannas
  • Child
    Koral Kent
  • Child
    Anais Killian
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    1984 joins Dunsinane as STC brings international presentations into the core mainstage season. This production was created by Headlong, an acclaimed U.K. theatre ensemble, with the support of the Nottingham Playhouse and The Almeida Theatre. Headlong’s work interrogates important cultural texts, previously tackling new productions of Faustus, King LearMedea, and Romeo and Juliet.  

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    “Big Brother is watching.”

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    1984 joins Dunsinane as STC brings international presentations into the core mainstage season. This production was created by Headlong, an acclaimed U.K. theatre ensemble, with the support of the Nottingham Playhouse and The Almeida Theatre. Headlong’s work interrogates important cultural texts, previously tackling new productions of Faustus, King LearMedea, and Romeo and Juliet.





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    1984

    Mar 11 - Apr 10

    A new adaptation created by Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan
    1984 was originally produced by Headlong, Nottingham Playhouse, and Almeida Theatre
    Runtime: 1 hour 40 minutes with no intermission

    True to the novel, this intense dystopian drama contains graphic depictions of violence, loud noises and flashing lights. Recommended for mature audiences.
    1984 is supported by Dr. Paul and Mrs. Rose Carter and the British Council.

    Restaurant Partner:

    The Performers
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    • Parsons
      Simon Coates
    • O'Brien
      Tim Dutton
    • Charington
      Stephen Fewell
    • Martin
      Christopher Patrick Nolan
    • Syme
      Ben Porter
    • Winston
      Matthew Spencer
    • Mrs. Parsons
      Mandi Symonds
    • Julia
      Hara Yannas
    • Child
      Koral Kent
    • Child
      Anais Killian


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