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Richard III   

 
This production played in repertory with Twelfth Night

Belasco Theatre, (11/10/2013 - 2/16/2014)
First Preview: Oct 19, 2013 Total Previews: 10
Opening Date: Nov 10, 2013    
Closing Date: Feb 16, 2014 Total Performances: 31

Category: Play, All Male Cast, History, Revival, Broadway
Comments: Note: Grosses for "Richard III" and "Twelfth Night", accessible from the "Twelfth Night" page, are combined.



Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Philip J. Smith: Chairman; Robert E. Wankel: President)
Produced by Sonia Friedman Productions, Scott Landis, Roger Berlind, Glass Half Full Productions/Just For Laughs Theatricals, 1001 Nights Productions, Tulchin Bartner Productions, Jane Bergère, Paula Marie Black, Rupert Gavin, Stephanie P. McClelland, Shakespeare Globe Centre USA, Max Cooper, Tanya Link Productions and Shakespeare Road
Originally produced by Shakespeare's Globe
Written by William Shakespeare; Music: Claire van Kampen
Directed by Tim Carroll; Choreographed by Siân Williams; Associate Director: Jenny Lord
Designer: Jenny Tiramani; Lighting Design by Stan Pressner; Assistant Lighting Design: Caroline Chao
US General Management: Bespoke Theatricals; UK General Management: Diane Benjamin, Fiona Stewart and Sonia Friedman Productions; Company Manager: Lizbeth Cone
US Technical Supervision: Hudson Theatrical Associates; Production Stage Manager: Arthur Gaffin; Stage Manager: Bryan Paterson and Lee Micklin; UK Production Manager: Paul Russell
Shawm, Dulcian, Curtal, Soprano Rauschpfeife, Recorder: Emily Baines; Drum, Tambourine, Baroque Timpani: Samuel Budish; Lute, Theorbo, Cittern: Arngeir Hauksson; Shawm, Dulcian, Curtal, Sopranino Rauschpfeife, Recorder: Priscilla Herreid; Tenor Sackbut, Bass Sackbut, Tenor Recorder: Edward Hilton; Alto Sackbut, Tenor Sackbut, Tenor Recorder: Greg Ingles; Alto Shawm, Shawm, Dulcian, Curtal, Alto Rauschpfeife, Recorder, Pipe and Tabor, Bagpipes: Nicholas Perry
UK Casting: Charlotte Bevan; US Casting: Jim Carnahan, C.S.A.; Press Representative: Boneau / Bryan-Brown; Advertising: SPOTCo, Inc.; Marketing: SPOTCo, Inc.; Digital Services: SPOTCo, Inc.; Fight direction by Jonathan Waller; Fight Captain: Matt Harrington; Press Associate: Jim Byk
Cast
Mark RylanceRichard III
Afterwards Duke of Gloucester and Richard III
Samuel BarnettQueen Elizabeth
Wife of Edward IV
Liam BrennanThe Lord Mayor of London
Clarence
Paul ChahidiLord Hastings
Sir James Tyrell
Colin HurleyEdward (King Edward IV)
Afterwards King Edward IV
Stanley
John Paul ConnollyFirst Murderer
Cardinal Bourchier
Sir Richard Ratcliff
Halberdier
Peter Hamilton DyerSir William Brackenbury
Sir William Catesby
Kurt Egyiawan Richmond
Dutchess of York
Matt HarringtonDorset
Bishop of Ely
Guard
Terry McGinityScrivener
Rivers
Blunt
Matthew SchechterEdward, Prince of Wales
Hayden SignorettiDuke of York
Jethro SkinnerSecond Murderer
Messenger
Halberdier
Guard
Joseph TimmsLady Anne
Daughter-in-law of Henry VI
Lady Grey
Angus WrightDuke of Buckingham
Understudies: Dominic Brewer (Bishop of Ely, Blunt, Dorset, First Murderer, Guard, Halberdier, Messenger, Sir James Tyrell, Sir William Brackenbury), John Paul Connolly (Edward (King Edward IV), Stanley), Matt Harrington (Lady Anne, Queen Elizabeth, Richmond, Second Murderer), Dylan Clark Marshall (Duke of York, Edward, Prince of Wales), Terry McGinity (Duke of Buckingham, Dutchess of York), Jethro Skinner (Lady Grey, Lord Hastings, Sir William Catesby) and Tony Ward (Cardinal Bourchier, Clarence, Guard, Halberdier, Messenger, Rivers, Scrivener, Sir Richard Ratcliff, Sir William Brackenbury, The Lord Mayor of London)
Tony Award®
 2014 Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play [nominee] 
  Mark Rylance