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(May 2002): Plays Cadmus/Soldier/Herdsman in "Bacchai" play by Euripides translated by Colin Teevan (Royal National Theatre/Olivier, London, England, UK).

His theatre credits include: 'Minister for Justice, Ammos Lyapkin' in "The UN Inspector" at the National Theatre (Olivier), London. June-October 2005. Written and directed by 'Farr, David' .

(1978) He acted in Thomas Middleton and William Rowley's play, "The Changeling," at the Riverside Studios Theatre in London, England with Brian Cox, Robert Lindsay, Emma Piper, Polly Hemingway, David Troughton, David Rintoul, and Sharon Duce in the cast. Peter Gill was director.

(1991) He acted in the Sir Peter Hall Theatre Company production of William Shakespeare's play, "The Twelfth Night," at the Playhouse Theatre in London, England with Maria Miles, Sara Crowe, Dinsdale Landen, Martin Jarvis, Eric Porter, Richard Garnett, and Diane Bull in the cast. Peter Hall was also director.

(2002) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "King Lear," at the Almeida Theatre in London, England with Oliver Ford-Davies, Paul Jesson, James Frain, Tom Hollander, Suzanne Borden, Lizzy McInnerny, Nancy Carroll, Anthony O'Donnell, Paul Shelley, David Robb, and Sam Beazley in the cast. Jonathan Kent was director.

(1973) He acted in George Bernard Shaw's play, "The Apple Cart," at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre in Bristol, England with Peter O'Toole, Judy Parfitt, Nigel Stock, John Warner, Timothy Kightley, June Barrie, Thelma Whiteley, and Edward Hardwicke in the cast.

(1973) He acted in Freddy Perlman's play, "Plunder," at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre in Bristol, England with Peter O'Toole, Nigel Stock, Sara Kestelman, Marie Kean, Edward Hardwicke, Penelope Wilton, Timothy Kightley, and June Barrie in the cast. Nat Brenner was director.

(1970) He acted in Simon Gray's stage adaptation of Fyodor Dostoievsky's novel, "The Idiot," in a National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Derek Jacobi, Tom Baker, Edward Hardwicke, Louise Purnell, Tom Georgeson, Frank Barrie, Diane Cilento, Benjamin Whitrow, and Ronald Pickup in the cast. Anthony Quayle was director. Josef Svoboda was designer.

(1970) He acted in George Bernard Shaw's play, "A Shorter Back To Methusalah," in a National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Louise Purnell, Gabrielle Laye, Charles Kay, Ronald Pickup, Jane Lapotaire, Gillian Barge, Bernard Gallagher, Joan Plowright, and Anna Carteret in the cast. Donald MacKechnie was director.

(1971) He acted in Peter Nichols's play, "The National Health," in a National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Gerald James, Charles Kay, Anna Carteret, Jim Dale, Paul Curran, Gillian Barge, and Norman Beaton in the cast. Michael Blakemore was director.

(1971) He acted in Carl Zuckmayer's play, "The Captain of Kopenick," in a National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Paul Scofield (first role in the National Theatre), Jim Dale, Denis Quilley, John Moffatt, Benjamin Whitrow, Gerald James, Michael Turner, Bill Fraser, William Hobbs, Riggs O'Hara, Bernard Gallagher, Hazel Hughes, Jeanne Watts, Peter Duncan, Maureen Lipman, Anthony Nicholls, Harry Lomax, Ronald Pickup, and Kenneth Mackintosh in the cast. Frank Dunlop was director.

(1971) He acted in Adrian Mitchell's play, "Tyger," in a National Theatre production at the New Theatre in London, England with Denis Quilley, Gerald James, John Moffatt, Anthony Nicholls, Jane Wenham, Michael Turner, Maureen Lipman, Hazel Hughes, Denis Lill, Riggs O'Hara, Norman Beaton, Bernard Gallagher, Bill Fraser, and Jean Boht in the cast. Michael Blakemore and John Dexter were directors.

(1972) He played Ross in William Shakespeare's "Macbeth" in a National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Anthony Hopkins, Diana Rigg, Maureen Lipman, Alan MacNaughtan, Ronald Pickup, John Shrapnel, Denis Quilley, Gawn Grainger, Louise Purnell, Nicholas Clay, Benjamin Whitrow, Clive Merrison, Jeanne Watts, Jeremy Clyde, and David Bradley in the cast. Michael Blakemore was director.

(1972) He acted in Oliver Goldsmith's play, "The Good-Natured Man," in a National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Maureen Lipman, Jim Dale, Bill Fraser, and Dai Bradley in the cast. John Dexter was director.

(1973) He acted in George Bernard Shaw's play, "The Apple Cart," at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre in Bristol, England with Peter O'Toole, Judy Parfitt, Nigel Stock, Paul Imbusch, John Warner, Timothy Kightley, June Barrie, Thelma Whiteley, and Edward Hardwicke in the cast.

(1981) He acted in Ivan Turgenev's play, "A Month in the Country," in a British National Theatre production at the Olivier Theatre in London, England with Nigel Terry, Francesca Annis, and Michael Gough in the cast. Peter Gill was director.

(1982) He acted in John Gay's play, "The Beggar's Opera," in a British National Theatre production at the Cottesloe Theatre in London, England with Paul Jones, Belinda Sinclair, Imelda Staunton, and June Watson in the cast. Richard Eyre was director.

(January 1995-March 1995; April 1995-February 1996) He acted in the Royal National Theatre repertoire season at the Laurence Olivier Theatre, Cottesloe Theatre, and Lyttelton Theatre in London, England in William Shakespeare's plays, "Richard II, "The Merry Wives of Windsor;" Kenneth Grahame and Alan Bennett's play, "The Wind in the Willows;" Joe Orton's play, "What the Butler Saw;" Daniil Karms' play, "Out Of A House Walked a Man;" Lillian Hellman's play, "The Children's Hour;" Arthur Miller's play, "Broken Glass;" Lewis Carroll's play, "Alice's Adventures Underground;" Patrick Marber's play, "Dealer's Choice:" Paul Godfrey's play, "The Blue Ball;" Mary Morris's play, "Two Weeks with the Queen;" Dylan Thomas's play, "Under Milk Wood;" Euripedes's play, "Women of Troy;" Rodney Ackland's play, "Absolute Hell;" Peter Brook's play, "The Man Who;" David Hare's play, "Skylight;" BT National Connections (Youth Theatre); Ben Jonson's play, "Volpone;" Eduardo De Filippo's play, "La Grande Magia;" Ernst Toller's play, "The Machine Wreckers;" Stephen Sondheim's musical, "A Little Night Music;" James McLure's play, "Wild Oats;" Bertolt Brecht's play, "Mother Courage and Her Children;" William Congreve's play, "The Way of the World;" Edmond Rostand's play, "Cyrano;" Tom Stoppard's play, "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead;" Pam Gems's play, "Stanley;" and Ken Campbell's play, "Violin Time;" with John Alderton, Roger Allam, Gillian Barge, Patrick Barlow, Maureen Beattie, Janet Behan, Philip Bird, Jane Birkin, Ed Bishop, James Bolam, David Bradley, Richard Bremmer, Jasper Britton, June Brown, Michael Bryant, Sheila Burrell, Josette Bushell-Mingo, Ken Campbell, Cheryl Campbell, John Carlisle, Cater, Elaine Claxton, Alan Cox, Bernard Cribbins, Graham Crowden, Alan David, Janie Dee, Judi Dench, Paola Dionisotti, Tenniel Evans, Brett Fancy, Alison Fiske, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Dexter Fletcher, Geoffrey Freshwater, Michael Gambon, Tom Georgeson, Debra Gillett, Henry Goodman, Michael Gough, Rosemary Harris, Barbara Hicks, Greg Hicks, Clare Higgins, Patricia Hodge, David Horovitch, Alan Howard, Nerys Hughes, Kathryn Hunter, Geoffrey Hutchings, Rhys Ifans, Michael Jayston, Karl Johnson, Shirley King, Margot Leicester, Anton Lesser, Mark Lewis Jones, Michael Maloney, Betty Marsden, Richard McCabe, John McEnery, Peter McEnery, Geraldine McEwan, Bruce Myers, Nicola Pagett, Mark Payton, Trevor Peacock, Edward Petherbridge, Sian Phillips, Denis Quilley, Veronica Quilligan, Issy Van Randwyck, Joanna Riding, Diana Rigg, Struan Rodger, Simon Russell Beale, Andrew Sachs, Tony Selby, Naseeruddin Shah, Cyril Shaps, Lesley Sharp, Fiona Shaw, Antony Sher, Barry Stanton, Ken Stott, David Tennant, Nigel Terry, David Threlfall, Pip Torrens, Harriet Walter, Emily Watson, Benjamin Whitrow, Lia Williams, Richard Wilson, Lambert Wilson, Ray Winstone, Sophia Winter, Peter Woodthorpe, Sarah Woodward, and Tim Wylton in the company.

(March 2002-August 2002; October 2002-January 2003) He acted in the Royal National Theatre season repertoire at the Cottesloe Theatre, Lyttelton Theatre, and Laurence Olivier Theatre in London, England in Nicholas Wright's play, "Vincent in Brixton;" Euripedes' play, "Bacchai;" Moliere's play, "Tartuffe;" Pamela Glen's play, "The Syringa Tree;" Sebastian Barry's play, "Hinterland;" Harold Pinter's play, "No Man's Land;" Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein's musical, "South Pacific;" William Shakespeare's play, "Measure for Measure;" Jeanette Winterson's play, "The Powerbook;" John Irving's play, "A Prayer for Owen Meany;" "The Adventures of the Stoneheads;" Aristophanes' plays, "The Frogs," "The Birds;" "Play Without Wortds;" Roy Williams' play, "Sing Yer Heart Out for the Lads;" "Free;" "Life after Life;" Gary Owen's play, "The Shadow of a Boy;" Richard Bean's play, "The Mentalists;" Tanika Gupta's play, "Sanctuary;" "The Associate;" Owen McCafferty's play, "Closing Time;" Tom Stoppard's play, "The Coast of Utopia (Voyage, Shipwreck and Salvage);" Bryony Lavery's play, "Frozen;" Cole Porter's musical, "Anything Goes;" Oliver Goldsmith's play, "She Stoops To Conquer;" April De Angelis's play, "Laughing Matter;" Christopher Hampton's play, "The Talking Cure;" Shelagh Stephenson's play, "Mappa Mundi;" "Dinner;" and Tennessee Williams' play, "A Streetcar Named Desire;" and with Edward Baker Duly, Gillian Barge, Eve Best, Saffron Burrows, Josette Bushell-Mingo, John Carlisle, Glenn Close, Martin Clunes, Essie Davis, Andy De La Tour, Felicity Dean, Stephen Dillane, Anita Dobson, Penny Downie, Janine Duvitski, Nicholas Farrell, Michael Feast, Ralph Fiennes, Tom Georgeson, Pamela Gien, Debra Gillett, Iain Glenn, James Hayes, James Hazeldine, Guy Henry, Greg Hicks, Clare Higgins, Ian Holm, Will Keen, Lauren Kennedy, Josie Lawrence, Patrick Malahide, Aidan McArdle, Iain Mitchell, Dearbhla Molloy, Renzo Murrone, Paul Nicholls, Robert Pastorelli, Duncan Preston, Philip Quast, Ian Redford, Corin Redgrave, Patrick Robinson, Hugh Ross, Fabio Santos, Fiona Shaw, John Shrapnel, Jo Stone-Fewings, Rob Storr, Jochum Ten Haaf, David Threlfall, Margaret Tyzacl, Julian Wadham, Harriet Walter, Jason Watkins, Jason Webb and John Wood in the company.


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