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2010-2014

RSC 2010 director: Michael Boyd

STRATFORD

2010: KING LEAR (Courtyard Theatre) Souvenir Programme
Greg Hicks (as King Lear), Kelly Hunter, Katy Stephens, Samantha Young, John Mackay, Clarence Smith, Brian Doherty, Ansu Kabia, Darrell D'Silva, Geoffrey Freshwater (as Gloucester), Charles Aitken, Tunji Kasim, Larrington Walker, Peter Shorey, Kathryn Hunter (as Fool), James Tucker, Phillip Edgerley, James Gale, Adam Burton, Paul Hamilton, Sandy Neilson, Sophie Russell, Hannah Young; dir:David Farr [40pp, 8x11.75; very extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a spectacular souvenir; VG] £5

2010 (Jan): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Letter from Michael Boyd about the Hampstead Theatre season: DUNSINANE (photos of Siobhan Redmond and Jonny Phillips) and THE GODS WEEP (w.photo of Jeremy Irons); comments from the playwrights David Greig and Dennis Kelly; news of the 2009-11 Ensemble; Shakespeare's Birthday Celebrations etc. [single sheet, 8.25x11.75; folded in half, else VG] (£free) SOLD

2010 (Mch): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Substantial Illustrated Feature on MATILDA: Booking dates, Jeanie O'Hare on adapting MATILDA, creative biographies (w.photos of Dennis Kelly and Tim Minchin), Interview with Dennis Kelly (w.3 photos), MATILDA Events, Education Report, Stratford Performance Schedule (9 November - 30 January), Ticket Prices and Discounts; Transforming Our Theatres update (w.large photo of the new auditorium of the RST under construction); Take Your Seat Winners Margaret and David Bryer (w.photo); My RSC Gallery information; Shakespeare's Birthday Celebrations; Shakespeare's Kings and Westminster Abbey Events; Critical Comment; Frank Benson's Legacy Gift to the RSC etc. [12pp, 12x15 newspaper; VG] £4

2010 (Jun): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Building 'The Roundyard' in the Roundhouse (9 photos); Feature on the 2010-11 Roundhouse season: ROMEO AND JULIET, ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, THE WINTER'S TALE, JULIUS CAESAR, AS YOU LIKE IT, KING LEAR, HAMLET and THE COMEDY OF ERRORS w.ticket prices, season packages, priority booking (3 photos); Hip Hop and Shakespeare (3 photos); Young People's HAMLET (22" x 13" colour photo); Final phase of The Transformation (3 photos); Filming the We're Coming Home Appeal trailer (2 photos); Appeal update; the refurbished Arden Hotel (2 photos); the new RSC website; Young People's COMEDY OF ERRORS available on DVD; John Barton and Peter Hall Masterclass 27 June etc. [12pp, 12x15 newspaper; VG] £3

2010 (Sep): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Feature on the new Royal Shakespeare and Swan Theatres, due to re-open in November 2010; The Tower, Theatre Tours, Downloadable Tours, Eating and Drinking, Members Discount (4 photos); Interview with Vikki Heywood (RSC Executive Director) on the Transformation (5 photos); Exclusive Members' Events (2 photos); Events (Dec 2010-Jan 2011); Performances (Feb-Apr 2011); Preparations for MATILDA, Nov 2010-Jan 2011 (w.photo); Excellent double-page Map of the Royal Shakespeare and Swan Theatres; Feature on New Work at the Hampstead Theatre, Spring 2011 (LITTLE EAGLES, SILENCE and AMERICAN TRADE): double-page feature on Rona Munro's LITTLE EAGLES (2 photos), Michael Boyd and David Farr on Filter Theatre Company, In Conversation with Tarell Alvin McCraney, Performance Schedule, Booking Information, Ticket Prices, and Discounts; Stop Press new etc. [16pp, 12x15 newspaper; VG] £4

2010 (Nov): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Welcome To Our New Home by Michael Boyd (4 photos); 50 Years of the RSC by Jeanie O'Hare, RSC Dramaturg (7 photos); 22" x 13" colour photo of a MATILDA rehearsal; In Search of Shakespeare's Lost Play by Gregory Doran; RSC Ensemble 2010-11 performances (at the Roundhouse, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Swan Theatre, Hampstead Theatre, Lincoln Center, New York); Open Stages 2011-12; Robert Orchardson Exhibition; Members Q&A with Michael Boyd and Vikki Heywood; Stop Press News etc. [12pp, 12x15 newspaper; VG] (£4) SOLD

2010: WELCOME (Shakespeare Memorial Theatre) Souvenir Brochure
Welcome Brochure to the newly-transformed Shakespeare Memorial Theatre: Welcome from Sir Christopher Bland and Lady Susie Sainsbury; Welcome from Michael Boyd and Vikki Heywood; The Story of the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre by Gregory Doran, Chief Associate Director (5 photos); The Architect's View by Rab Bennetts of Bennetts Associates (photo); Ghosts In The Walls by Gregory Doran; Explore Our New Home by Geraldine Collinge, Director of Events and Exhibitions; My RSC Gallery: an interview with Luke Jerram; List of Supporters etc. [20pp, 8x11.75; VG] £4

RSC 2011 director: Michael Boyd

STRATFORD

2011: KING LEAR (Royal Shakespeare Theatre/February) Souvenir Programme
Greg Hicks (as King Lear), Kelly Hunter, Katy Stephens, Samantha Young, John Mackay, Clarence Smith, Brian Doherty, Ansu Kabia, Darrell D'Silva, Geoffrey Freshwater (as Gloucester), Charles Aitken, Tunji Kasim, Larrington Walker, Phillip Edgerley, Sophie Russell (as Fool), James Tucker, Christopher Saul, Adam Burton, Paul Hamilton, Jack Whitam, Hannah Young; dir:David Farr [40pp, 8x11.75; very extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, face-pics of the current ensemble, credits etc. etc.; a splendid souvenir; VG] £5

2011: MACBETH (Royal Shakespeare Theatre/16 April) Souvenir Programme
Howard Charles, Des McAleer, Nikesh Patel, Daniel Percival, Daniel Rose, Scott Handy, Jonathan Slinger (as Macbeth), Steve Toussaint (as Banquo), Jason Battersby, Charlie Blackwood, Sienna Callen-Franklin, Thomas Ford, Hal Hewetson, Tallulah Markham, Jacob Mauchlen, Isabella Sanders, Charlie Waters, Aislin McGuckin (as Lady Macbeth), Christopher Wright, Madeline Appiah, Kadeem Banks, Anwar Ridwan, Gabriel Siwoniku, Jamie Beamish, Aidan Kelly (as Macduff), Caroline Martin, David McGranaghan; dir:Michael Boyd [40pp, 8x11.75; very extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a splendid souvenir; VG] (£5) SOLD

2011: THE PERSECUTION AND ASSASSINATION OF MARAT AS PERFORMED BY THE INMATES OF THE ASYLUM OF CHARENTON UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE MARQUIS DE SADE - Peter Weiss (Royal Shakespeare Theatre/14 October) Souvenir Programme
Christopher Ettridge (as Coulmier), Rebecca Brewer, Lisa Hammond (as Herald), Amanda Wilkin, Harry Myers, Golda Rosheuvel, Maya Barcot, Nathaniel Martello-White, Imogen Doel (as Charlotte Corday), Arsher Ali, Theo Ogundipe, Jasper Britton (as Marquis de Sade), Lanre Malaolu, Andrew Melville, Liz Crowther, Kammy Darweish, Nicholas Day, Oliver Rix, Zoe Hawken, Alex Kapila, Rachel Kavanagh, Cecilia Kendall-White, Sam Lesser, Jacqueline MacDonald, Zoe Mortimer, Richard Nunn, Mark Robins, Karen Rowley, Red Smucker, Mark Spriggs, Rachel Stewart; dir:Anthony Neilson [40pp, 8x11.75; extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.colour photos, credits etc. etc.; a splendid souvenir; VG] £5

2011: THE HEART OF ROBIN HOOD - David Farr (Royal Shakespeare Theatre/18 November) Souvenir Programme
Michael Walter, James McArdle (as Robin Hood), Robert Luckay, Darwin Shaw, Marcello Walton, Emma Manton, Olafur Darri Olafsson, Lawrence Werber, Iris Roberts (as Marion), Flora Montgomery, Martin Hutson, Tim Treloar, Addis Williams, Bailey Fear, Jack Firth, Tom Ransford, Heather Croghan-Miksch, Isabelle Evans, Molly Pipe, Peter Bray, Fiona Lait, Gareth Aled; dir:Gisli Orn Gardarsson [44pp, 8x11.75; very extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a splendid souvenir; VG] (£5) SOLD

2011: THE TEMPEST (Swan Theatre/11 March)
Little Angel / Royal Shakespeare Company production: Brett Brown, Ruth Calkin, Jonathan Dixon, David Fielder (as Prospero), Anneika Rose, Christopher Staines, Jonathan Storey, Matt Hutchinson, Irena Stratieva; dir:Peter Glanville [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.5x11.75; illustrations, colour photos, company biographies, credits etc.; VG] (£3) SOLD

2011: CARDENIO - Shakespeare's Lost Play Re-Imagined (Swan Theatre/14 April)
Christopher Ettridge, Simeon Moore, Alex Hassell (as Fernando), Chike Okonkwo, Nicholas Day, Lucy Briggs-Owen (as Lucinda), Liz Crowther, Christopher Godwin, Oliver Rix (as Cardenio), Pippa Nixon, Matti Houghton, Timothy Speyer, Michael Grady-Hall, Felix Hayes, Christopher Chilton, Harry Myers, Maya Barcot; dir:Gregory Doran [40pp, 7.9x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a splendid souvenir; VG] (£5) SOLD

2011: THE CITY MADAM (Swan Theatre/5 May)
Nathaniel Martello-White, Chike Okonkwo, Sara Crowe (as Lady Frugal), Lucy Briggs-Owen, Matti Houghton, Simeon Moore, Liz Crowther, Jo Stone-Fewings (as Luke Frugal), Christopher Ettridge, Alex Hassell, Michael Grady-Hall, Felix Hayes, Christopher Godwin (as Sir John Frugal), Andrew Melville, Timothy Speyer, Kammy Darweish, Nicholas Day, Pippa Nixon, Oliver Rix, Christopher Chilton, Harry Myers; dir:Dominic Hill [40pp, 7.9x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a splendid souvenir; VG] £5

2011: WRITTEN ON THE HEART - David Edgar (Swan Theatre/27 Oct)
Oliver Ford Davies, Bruce Alexander, Joseph Kloska, Ian Midlane, Jim Hooper, James Hayes, Paul Chahidi, Simon Thorp, Jodie McNee, Mark Quartley, Youssef Kerkour, Stephen Boxer, Jamie Ballard, Daniel Stewart, Annette McLaughlin, Sam Marks, Hal Hewetson, Christopher James Kingdom, Charlie Waters; dir:Gregory Doran [40pp, 7.8x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a splendid souvenir; VG] £5

2011: REPERTOIRE BOOKLET April to November 2011 (Stratford-upon-Avon)
Fully-illustrated booklet with details of performances of MACBETH, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, and MARAT / SADE (RST), and CARDENIO, THE CITY MADAM, DUNSINANE, THE HOMECOMING and THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (Swan Theatre) with brief synopses and production credits; Survey of the 50 Years at the RSC (w.13 photos); RSC Exhibitions; Outdoor Events, Family Events, Children and Young People, Making Shakespeare, Talks and Debates; Education Information; Tours, Shop, Eating and Drinking; Other RSC Performances until Aug 2011 (Stratford, London, New York); Ticket Prices and discounts; Complete Performance Schedule for April to November 2011 [22pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £3

2011 (Spring): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Feature on David Edgar's WRITTEN ON THE HEART, and Why The King James Bible Matters; Celebrating Our 50th Birthday Season (w.7 illustrations); 22" x 13" photo of Cicely Berry and the 2011 Ensemble; Casting The 2011 Ensemble by Hannah Miller (w.list of Ensemble members and 3 photos); Royal Mail Stamps for 50 Years of the RSC (w.6 illustrations); Folio, an Exhibition of Prints, supported by Jaguar; World Shakespeare Festival (5 photos); Rooftop Restaurant and Bar, The Arden Hotel; Dates for your Diary; Nine audience members write about My Favourite Show etc. [16pp, 12x15 newspaper; VG] £4

2011 (May): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
MATILDA THE MUSICAL transfers to the Cambridge Theatre, London; 8 excellent colour production photos; Press Comment; Performance Schedule October 2011-February 2012; Ticket Prices, Discounts, How to Book etc. [4pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] (£2) SOLD

2011 (Sep): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
World Shakespeare Festival 2012 (w.3 photos); David Farr (RSC Associate Director) on the Summer 2012 What Country Friends Is This? season (THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, TWELFTH NIGHT and THE TEMPEST); Performance Schedule 8 March - 20 September (Stratford and London); Ticket prices and discounts, Booking Information; 22" x 13" colour production photo of THE HOMECOMING (w.Jonathan Slinger, Nicholas Woodeson, Justin Salinger, Aislin McGuckin and Richard Riddell); Open Stages 2011-2012 (w.4 photos); Online Trailers and Interviews; Gisli Orn Gardarsson on THE HEART OF ROBIN HOOD (w.illustration); 25 Years of The Swan by Gregory Doran (w.2 photos); RSC Casting Update (w.7 cast photos); FIT AND PROPER PEOPLE by Georgia Fitch at The Soho Theatre, Dean Street; MATILDA in London (w.photo of Bertie Carvel as Miss Trunchbull) etc. [16pp, 12x15 newspaper; VG] (£4) SOLD

2011 (Nov): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Awards for the Transformed Shakespeare Memorial Theatre; Survey of the 50th Birthday Season (w.5 photos); double-page spread on The RSC In New York (w.8 colour photos); double-page spread on THE HEART OF ROBIN HOOD (w.6 rehearsal photos); THE TAMING OF THE SHREW National Tour Feb-Mch 2012; Staging The World Exhibition; MATILDA THE MUSICAL now playing in London (w.2 photos); Final Events of the 50th Birthday Season; Christmas at the Rooftop Restaurant and Bar; RSC Gifts; Michael Boyd and Vikki Heywood to leave the RSC (w.colour photo); RSC Shop etc. [12pp, 12x15 newspaper; VG] £4



2011: FOUR LARGE PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINTS (Royal Shakespeare Company)
MATILDA, Courtyard Theatre 2010-11
Greg Hicks and Geoffrey Freshwater in KING LEAR, Courtyard Theatre and Newcastle 2010, Roundhouse, RST and New York 2011
ROMEO AND JULIET, Courtyard Theatre, Theatre Royal Newcastle and Roundhouse 2010, RST and New York 2011
Jonny Phillips and Jay Sentrosi in DUNSINANE, Hampstead Theatre 2010, Swan Theatre 2011
[Four 9.75x6.25 colour photographic prints on heavyweight paper; VG] £6

RSC 2012 director: Michael Boyd

STRATFORD

2012: JULIUS CAESAR (Royal Shakespeare Theatre/28 May) Souvenir Programme
Jeffery Kissoon (as Julius Caesar), Ann Ogbomo, Paterson Joseph (as Brutus), Adjoa Andoh, Cyril Nri (as Cassius), Joseph Mydell, Andrew French, Chinna Wodu, Mark Theodore, Segun Akingbola, Ewart James Walters, Ray Fearon (as Mark Antony), Ivanno Jeremiah, Ricky Fearon, Marcus Griffiths, Theo Ogundipe, Mark Ebulue, Jude Owusu, Samantha Lawson, Simon Manyonda; dir:Gregory Doran [40pp, 8x11.75; extensive illustrated articles, 12 colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a splendid souvenir; VG] £5

2012: THE MOUSE AND HIS CHILD - adapted by Tamsin Oglesby from the book by Russell Hoban (Royal Shakespeare Theatre/17 Nov) Souvenir Programme
Daniel Ryan (as Mouse), Bettrys Jones (as Child), Carla Mendonca, Naomi Sheldon, Michael Hodgson, Julia Innocenti, David Charles, Paapa Essiedu, Calum Finlay, Stephen Harper, Martin Hyder, Ansu Kabia, Thomas Pickles, Ged Simmons, Bart David Soroczynski, David Sterne, Simeon Truby, Obioma Ugoala; dir:Paul Hunter [44pp, 8x11.75; cast list, very extensive illustrated articles, 12 colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a splendid souvenir; VG] £5

2012: BORIS GODUNOV - adapted by Adrian Mitchell, based on the play by Alexander Pushkin (Swan/15 Nov) Souvenir Programme
Joe Dixon, James Tucker, Stephen Ventura, Chris Lew Kum Hoi, Susan Momoko Hingley, Lloyd Hutchinson, Martin Turner, Patrick Romer, Gethin Antony, Adam Burton, Sadie Shimmin, Philip Whitchurch, Paul Hamilton, Joan Iyiola, Joshi Gibb, Christian Leith, Nia Gwynne, Graham Turner, Jake Fairbrother, Youssef Kerkour, Matthew Aubrey, Siu Hun Li, Lucy Briggs-Owen; dir:Michael Boyd [40pp, 8x11.75; cast list, very extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a splendid souvenir; VG] £5

2012: WORLD SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL Guide April-September 2012 (Stratford-upon-Avon, Edinburgh, London, Wales, Birmingham, Newcastle, Brighton)
Full-colour illustrated booklet with details of performances of THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, TWELFTH NIGHT and THE TEMPEST (RST, Roundhouse), JULIUS CAESAR (RST, Newcastle), A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM - As You Like It (RST, Edinburgh), PERICLES and THE DARK SIDE OF LOVE (Roundhouse), RICHARD III, KING JOHN, A SOLDIER IN EVERY SON - An Aztec Trilogy, I CINNA THE POET, TROILUS AND CRESSIDA, and A TENDER THING (Swan Theatre), ROMEO AND JULIET IN BAGHDAD (Swan Theatre, LIFT at Riverside Studios), TWO ROSES FOR RICHARD III (Courtyard Theatre, Roundhouse), MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING and PILOT NIGHT (Courtyard Theatre), DESDEMONA and CYMBELINE (Barbican), TIMON OF ATHENS (National Theatre), MACBETH: Leila and Ben - A Bloody History (LIFT at Riverside Studios), THE REST IS SILENCE (Brighton, LIFT at Riverside Studios, Northern Stage), KING LEAR (Almeida Theatre), WEST SIDE STORY (Gateshead), FORESTS (Birmingham), CORIOLAN / US (Wales), 2007: MACBETH (Edinburgh), GLOBE TO GLOBE (Shakespeare's Globe), IN A PICKLE (Swan Room, Stratford Circus, Northern Stage) with brief synopses and production credits; over 40 photographs and illustrations in all; details of Open Stages (Stratford), British Museum Exhibition, World Together (Education Conference), Events etc.; and Complete Performance Schedule for April-September 2012 [32pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £3

2012-13: REPERTOIRE BOOKLET October 2012 - March 2013 (Stratford-upon-Avon)
Fully-illustrated Performance Schedule for October 2012 - March 2013, with introduction by Michael Boyd, and features on THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (w.Desmond Barrit), THE MOUSE AND HIS CHILD, THE ORPHAN OF ZHAO, BORIS GODUNOV, and A LIFE OF GALILEO; Education, Events, Bringing the Family, Exhibitions, Eating & Drinking, Tours, Ticket Prices, Complete Performance Schedule 22 October 2012 - 30 March 2013; fully illustrated [24pp, 5.9x8.25; VG] £2

LONDON

2012: MATILDA - Roald Dahl, Tim Minchin, Dennis Kelly (Cambridge Theatre, London) Souvenir Programme
Cleo Demetriou, Kerry Ingram, Sophia Kiely, Eleanor Worthington Cox, Bertie Carvel (as Miss Trunchbull), Paul Kaye (as Mr Wormwood), Josie Walker (as Mrs Wormwood), Lauren Ward (as Miss Honey), Marc Antolin, Verity Bentham, Matthew Clark, Peter Howe, Michael Kent, Melanie La Barrie, Matthew Malthouse, Katy Monk, Rachel Moran, Alistair Parker, Leanne Pinder, Nick Searle, Emily Shaw, Lucy Thatcher, Tim Walton, Gary Watson, Thomas Atkinson, Jake Bailey, James Beesley, Ruby Bridle, Oonagh Cox, Jemima Eaton, Alicia Gould, Zachary Harris, Callum Henderson, Fleur Houdijk, Jamie Kaye, William Keeler, Lily Laight, Katie Lee, Alfie Manser, Isobelle Molloy, Jemima Morgan, Toby Murray, Annabel Parson, Lucy May Pollard, Jake Pratt, Ellie Simons, Louis Suc, Jaydon Vijn, Ted Wilson; dir:Matthew Warchus [56pp, 8x11.75; extensive illustrated articles, 20+ colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a splendid souvenir; VG] (£5) SOLD

2012 (Feb): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Stratford Winter Season 212-13, London Season: JULIUS CAESAR and MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, London Performance Schedule August-October 2012, Ticket Prices and Discounts, Booking Information, World Shakespeare Festival Update: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, TWELFTH NIGHT and THE TEMPEST, Ankur Bahl rehearsal diary, MATILDA in the West End (w.5 colour photos), Press Comment, Feature on THE HERESY OF LOVE (w.costume sketches, illustrations), Tell A Teacher (w.3 photos), I CINNA THE POET (w.photo), Teaching Shakespeare (w.4 photos), Thomas Hardy: Poems Said and Sung (w.Bruce Alexander, Stephen Boxer, Marty Cruickshank, Oliver Ford Davies), Rooftop Restaurant etc. [16pp, 12x15 newspaper; VG] £4

2012 (Jun): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, TWELFTH NIGHT and THE TEMPEST (Roundhouse and RST - 3 photos), RICHARD III, KING JOHN and A SOLDIER IN EVERY SON - The Rise of the Aztecs (Swan Theatre - 3 photos), Feature on Our Ambition for The Other Place (w.3 diagrams, 2 photos), JULIUS CAESAR (7 photos, company list, Tour Schedule), Shaping Fantasies: Feature on A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM - As You Like It (2 photos), Tom Piper on Design Inspiration MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, Ben Power on A TENDER THING (w.photo), Catherine Mallyon appointed new Executive Director (w.5 photos), MATILDA wins 7 Olivier Awards (w.photo) etc. [12pp, 12x15 newspaper; VG] £3

2012 (Sep): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Michael Boyd and Vikki Heywood pick highlights of their time at the RSC (w.7 photos), THE ORPHAN OF ZHAO, BORIS GODUNOV and A LIFE OF GALILEO (Swan Theatre), Casting Update for THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR and THE MOUSE AND HIS CHILD (Anita Dobson, Alexandra Gilbreath, Sylvestra Le Touzel, Daniel Ryan, Bettrys Jones - 5 photos), KING LEAR (Stratford and Tour), MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING with Meera Syal and Paul Bhattacharjee (8 colour production photos, cast list), Casting Update for A TENDER THING (Richard McCabe, Kathryn Hunter), Christmas Party Offer at the Rooftop Restaurant, RSC's Theatres available for hire, Teaching Shakespeare (w.5 photos), Erica Whyman to join as Deputy Artistic Director, Benjamin Zephaniah at the RST (w.photo), Corporate Membership, RSC Music Concert etc. [12pp, 12x15 newspaper; VG] £3

2012 (Nov): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Tarell Alvin McCraney on his adaptation of ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (w.photo, Performance Schedule), Feature on THE ORPHAN OF ZHAO (w.2 production photos and 11 cast photos), BORIS GODUNOV (w.3 rehearsal photos and 10 cast photos), THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR and THE MOUSE AND HIS CHILD (10 rehearsal photos), THE WINTER'S TALE (w.photo, Tour Schedule), Summer 2013 Casting Update (19 cast photos, including Pippa Nixon, Alex Waldmann, Greg Hicks, Jonathan Slinger), Public Understudy Rehearsals (w.dates), Playwriting Competition led by Tanika Gupta, ANJIN: THE SHOGUN AND THE ENGLISH SAMURAI (Sadler's Wells - w.photo), REDCROSSE (Coventry Cathedral), Christmas Gifts, Stop Press News etc. [12pp, 12x15 newspaper; VG] (£3) SOLD

RSC 2013 director: Gregory Doran

STRATFORD

2013: WENDY & PETER PAN - J M Barrie, adapted by Ella Hickson (Royal Shakespeare Theatre/28 May) Souvenir Programme
Fiona Button (as Wendy), Jolyon Coy (as John), Brodie Ross (as Michael), Colin Ryan, Rebecca Johnson (as Mrs Darling), Andrew Woodall (as Mr Darling/Skylights), Arthur Kyeyune, Sam Swann (as Peter Pan), Charlotte Mills, Josh Williams, Jack Monaghan, Dafyyd Llyr Thomas, Will Merrick, Guy Henry (as Captain Hook), Gregory Gudgeon, Guy Rhys, Richard Clews, Dodger Phillips, Jamie Wilkes, Michelle Asante, Matt Costain, Simon Carroll-Jones, Susan Hingley, Emily Holt, Jack Horner, Samuel Collings; dir:Jonathan Munby [44pp, 7.8x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a splendid souvenir; VG] £5

2013-14: REPERTOIRE BOOKLET October 2013 to March 2014 (Stratford-upon-Avon)
Fully-illustrated booklet with Introduction by Gregory Doran, details of performances of RICHARD II (with David Tennant) and WENDY & PETER PAN (RST), WOLF HALL and BRING UP THE BODIES (Swan Theatre); with brief synopses and production credits; Events, Education, Eating and Drinking, Ticket Prices and discounts; Complete Performance Schedule for October 2013 to March 2014 [22pp, 5.8x8.25; VG] (£3) SOLD

2013: A LIFE OF GALILEO - Bertolt Brecht, translated by Mark Ravenhill (Swan) Cast List only
Ian McDiarmid (as Galileo Galilei), Jodie Mcnee, Sadie Shimmin, Matthew Aubrey, Jake Fairbrother, James Tucker, Martin Turner, Paul Hamilton, Patrick Romer, Youssef Kerkour, Gethin Anthony, Chris Lew Kum Hoi, Nia Gwynne, Adam Burton, Susan Momoko Hingley, Joan Iyiola, Siu Hun Li, Philip Whitchurch, Joel Gillman; dir:Roxana Silbert [2pp, 4.1x11.75; cast list, credits etc.; VG] £2

LONDON

2013: RICHARD II (Barbican/9 Dec) Souvenir Programme
David Tennant (as King Richard II), Emma Hamilton, Michael Pennington (as John of Gaunt), Nigel Lindsay (as Henry Bolingbroke), Oliver Ford Davies, Marty Cruickshank, Oliver Rix, Jane Lapotaire, Antony Byrne, Sam Marks, Jake Mann, Marcus Griffiths, Simon Thorp, Jim Hooper, Keith Osborn, Sean Chapman, Edmund Wiseman, Joshua Richards, Youssef Kerkour, Gracy Goldman, Miranda Nolan, Elliot Barnes-Worrell; dir:Gregory Doran [48pp, 7.9x11.75; extensive illustrated articles, 10 rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a splendid souvenir; VG] (£5) SOLD

2013 (Jan): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Gregory Doran announces first season as Artistic Director (w.5 photos), Ella Hickson (writer) and Jonathan Munby (Director) on WENDY & PETER PAN (6 illustrations), THE WINTER'S TALE (2 production photos, cast list, tour schedule), THE ORPHAN OF ZHAO, BORIS OF GODUNOV and A LIFE OF GALILEO (Swan Theatre - w.press comment, photos), Stargazer Supper in the Rooftop Restaurant, THE EMPRESS, TITUS ANDRONICUS, A MAD WORLD MY MASTERS and CANDIDE (w.3 production and 20 cast photos), Members' Information, Relaxed Performance of THE MOUSE AND HIS CHILD, Newcastle Season (3 illustrations) etc. [12pp, 12x15 newspaper; VG] (£3) SOLD

2013 (May): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Live Broadcasts from Stratford-upon-Avon, In Stitches - A Celebration of RSC Costume (w.photos), Made in Stratford - seen around the world, Visit Our Home in Stratford-upon-Avon (w.3 photos), MATILDA and JULIUS CAESAR in the USA (w.3 photos), TITUS ANDRONICUS (w.3 rehearsal photos), MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAMING (partnership with Google's Creative Lab), A MAD WORLD MY MASTERS (company photo, 4 costume sketches), Production photos of HAMLET and AS YOU LIKE IT, Schools Broadcasts, Teaching Shakespeare, Open Stages 2013-16, Casting Update for RICHARD II, Thank You from Gregory Doran (w.photo) etc. [16pp, 12x15 newspaper; VG] (£4) SOLD

2013 (Sep): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Current and Future Plans by Gregory Doran, MATILDA THE MUSICAL (London, Broadway), Create a Cloak Appeal, Casting Update for RICHARD II (8 photos including Sean Chapman, Marty Cruickshank, and Jane Lapotaire), and WOLF HALL and BRING UP THE BODIES (5 photos including Paul Jesson, Ben Miles and Nathaniel Parker), Mark Ravenhill on his response to Voltaire's CANDIDE (w.2 photos), production photos of TITUS ANDRONICUS, WENDY & PETER PAN (18 company photos, including Sam Swann, Fiona Button, Guy Henry, and Andrew Woodall), Feature on Polly Findlay, Erica Whyman, Jo Davies and Maria Aberg (w.large colour photo), Reproduction of the 1983 RSC poster for THE ROARING GIRL w.Helen Mirren, THE ROARING GIRL, ARDEN OF FAVERSHAM and THE WHITE DEVIL (Swan Theatre - 3 photos), RICHARD II Education Broadcast (Friday 15 November), THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (Courtyard Theatre and Tour - w.photo), new edition of William Shakespeare and Others: Collaborative Plays, Members Offers etc. [16pp, 12x15 newspaper; VG] (£4) SOLD

2013 (Nov): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Thank you to RSC Members and Supporters, 4 rehearsal and backstage photos, Weekend in New York Competition, Report on the Live Broadcast of RICHARD II (w.photo), Support in Style (w.4 costume sketches by Stephen Brimson Lewis), WENDY & PETER PAN (4 rehearsal photos, with Fiona Button, Sam Swann and Guy Henry), Casting Update for HENRY IV Parts I & II (w.15 company photos, including Jasper Britton, Sean Chapman, Paola Dionisotti, Oliver Ford Davies, Alex Hassell, and Antony Sher), Feature on The RSC Costume Store (w.4 photos), The Half Exhibition (w.2 photos), Christmas Entertainment in the Scott Foyer, Gifts inspired by Shakespeare, theatre and the RSC etc. [12pp, 12x15 newspaper; VG] (£3) SOLD

2013 (Nov): RADICAL MISCHIEF Issue 01
New Work at the Royal Shakespeare Company: Welcome by Erica Whyman, RSC Deputy Artistic Director (w.photo), 3 rehearsal photos (w.Sam Swann, Fiona Button and others), The Art of Adaptation by Dan Hutton (w.4 rehearsal photos of PETER PAN, WOLF HALL and BRING UP THE BODIES), large reproduction of a 1981 RSC poster for EDUCATING RITA, Writing a Play for the RSC by Mark Ravenhill (w.3 photos), Interview with Pippa Hill, RSC Literary Manager (w.photo), Interview with Tarell Alvin McCraney, Writer and RSC Director (w.3 photos), New Work Nearby (Warwick, Oxford, Birmingham) etc. [12pp, 12x15 newspaper; VG] £3

RSC 2014 director: Gregory Doran

STRATFORD

2014: THE WITCH OF EDMONTON - Thomas Dekker, John Ford, William Rowley (Swan Theatre)
Eileen Atkins (as Mother Sawyer), Jay Simpson (as Dog), David Rintoul, Shvorne Marks, Geoffrey Freshwater, Ian Bonar, Ian Redford, Faye Castelow, Elspeth Brodie, Joseph Arkley, Joe Bannister, Christopher Middleton, Dafydd Llyr Thomas, Liz Crowther, Michael Moreland, Timothy Speyer, Oliver Dench; dir:Gregory Doran [40pp, 7.75x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

2014: REPERTOIRE BOOKLET March to October 2014 (Stratford-upon-Avon)
Fully-illustrated booklet with Introduction by Gregory Doran, details of performances of HENRY IV PARTS I & II, THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA, and WENDY & PETER PAN (RST), WOLF HALL, BRING UP THE BODIES, THE ROARING GIRL, ARDEN OF FAVERSHAM, THE WHITE DEVIL, and THE RAPE OF LUCRECE (Swan Theatre), with brief synopses and production credits; plans for The Other Place, Events, Young Shakespeare Nation, Ticket Prices and discounts; Complete Performance Schedule for March to October 2014 [34pp, 5.75x8.25; VG] (£3) SOLD

2014: MIDSUMMER MISCHIEF June to July 2014 (The Other Place at The Courtyard Theatre)
Details of performances of THE ANT AND THE CICADA (by Timberlake Wertenbaker), REVOLT. SHE SAID. REVOLT AGAIN (by Alice Birch), I CAN HEAR YOU (by E.V.Crowe), THIS IS NOT AN EXIT (by Abi Zakarian) and THE TEMPEST (w.Greg Hicks) at The Other Place at the Courtyard Theatre, directed by Erica Whyman and Jo McInnes; with brief synopses, company and production credits; Events and Exhibitions etc.; colour photo of E.V.Crowe, Timberlake Wertenbaker, Abi Zakarian and Alice Birch; Complete Performance Schedule for June to July 2014 [single sheet 16.5x11.75, folded to make 16pp, 4.1x5.8; VG] £1

2014: REPERTOIRE BOOKLET September 2014 to March 2015 (Stratford-upon-Avon)
Fully-illustrated booklet with Introduction by Gregory Doran, details of performances of LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST, LOVE'S LABOUR'S WON (Much Ado About Nothing), and THE CHRISTMAS TRUCE (RST), THE WHITE DEVIL, THE WITCH OF EDMONTON (w.Eileen Atkins), THE SHOEMAKER'S HOLIDAY, and OPPENHEIMER (Swan Theatre); with brief synopses and production credits; Live from Stratford-upon-Avon, Events, Education, Ticket Prices and discounts; Complete Performance Schedule for September 2014 to March 2015 [30pp, 5.75x8.25; VG] £3

2014 (Feb): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
September 2014 - March 2015 Plans by Gregory Doran, Erica Whyman on THE CHRISTMAS TRUCE (w.illustration), Feature on plans for The Other Place (w.photo and illustration), Midsummer Mischief Festival 2014, Press Comment and large colour production photo of WOLF HALL w.Ben Miles, Lydia Leonard, Nathaniel Parker, Leah Brotherhood and others), HENRY IV Parts I & II at the Barbican (w.Ticket Prices, Performance Schedule and 23 cast photos, including Jasper Britton, Antony Sher, Paola Dionisotti, Oliver Ford Davies, and Alex Hassell), HENRY IV Parts I & II and THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA in Newcastle (Performance Schedule and illustrations), UK Tour of HENRY IV Parts I & II (w.Tour Schedule), RSC Live Broadcasts, Win a Luxury Weekend in Stratford-upon-Avon etc. [16pp, 12x15 newspaper; VG] (£4) SOLD

2014 (May): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Results of the RSC Membership Poll, Receiving latest RSC News by e-mail, ARDEN OF FAVERSHAM in the Swan Theatre (w.16 cast photos), double-page spead on HENRY IV Parts I & II in Newcastle, on Tour and in London (w.colour photos and Press comment), Christopher Luscombe on LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST and WON, Vanetta Joffe (RSC Competition Winner) describes her prize: a Weekend in New York, Pathways to Shakespeare: Six members of the RSC describe how they first found Shakespeare (w.6 photos, including Nathaniel Parker, Guy Henry, Susan Engel, Ian McDiarmid), Members Offers etc. [12pp, 12x15 newspaper; VG] (£3) SOLD

2014 (May): RADICAL MISCHIEF Issue 02
New Work at the Royal Shakespeare Company: Welcome by Erica Whyman (Deputy Artistic Director), Well behaved women seldom make history by Pippa Hill (RSC Literary Manager), Reproduction of Buzz Goodbody's original proposal to Trevor Nunn for The Other Place, Midsummer Mischief: the four plays in the season and their authors by Dan Hutton (w.5 photos - Timberlake Wertenbaker, Alice Birch, E.V.Crowe, and Abi Zakarian), Looking Back on Buzz Goodbody's 1970 production of ARDEN OF FAVERSHAM by Lucy Dwyer (5 production photos), What is a Dramaturg? by Sarah Dickenson, Associate Dramaturg, Midsummer Mischief Festival (w.photo), Writing a Play for the RSC by Tom Morton-Smith, Playwright (w.photo), Research Trip for THE CHRISTMAS TRUCE by Rejane Collard (w.commentary and 7 photos), New Work Nearby (Warwick, Oxford, Birmingham, Ludlow) etc. [12pp, 12x15 newspaper; VG] £3

2014 (Sep): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Gregory Doran introduces the plays for March - September 2015: DEATH OF A SALESMAN, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, and OTHELLO (RST), THE JEW OF MALTA, LOVE'S SACRIFICE and VOLPONE (Swan Theatre), HENRY IV PARTS I & II (Tour and London), Maria Aberg on her production of THE WHITE DEVIL (w.9 production photos), Beamed to the World - a Feature on RSC Live Broadcasts (w.12 photos), centre-spread on LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST and LOVE'S LABOUR'S WON (w.4 photos of Edward Bennett and Michelle Terry), HENRY IV PARTS I & II at the Barbican (w.photo), WOLF HALL and BRING UP THE BODIES at the Aldwych, MATILDA at the Cambridge Theatre, A MAD WORLD MY MASTERS on Tour and at the Barbican (w.photo and Tour Schedule), Philip Breen on his production of THE SHOEMAKER'S HOLIDAY, Brief Summaries of the three plays in the Swan Theatre season, Chris Hill (Director of Sales and Marketing) on how productions are planned, Linda King (RSC Competition Winner) describes her prize: a Luxury Weekend in Stratford-upon-Avon, Stop Press News etc. [16pp, 12x15 newspaper; VG] (£4) SOLD


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