Episodes

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(or The World Well Lost) by JOHN DRYDEN , with John Turner as Antony Barbara Jeff or as Cleopatra Nigel Stock as Ventldius Maureen O'Brien as Octavia David March as AlexaS, a eunuch, and John Rowe as Dollabella To conform to the dramatic rules of his day. Dryden reconcelved and rewrote Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra.

The result Is a powerful example of post-

Restoration tragedy.

Directed by MARTIN JENKINS

8.40' Interlude

8.45* All for Love Part 2

Genome: [r3 Bd=19830707]

Unknown: John Dryden

Unknown: John Turner

Unknown: Antony Barbara Jeff

Unknown: Cleopatra Nigel Stock

Unknown: Ventldius Maureen O'Brien

Unknown: Octavia David March

Unknown: John Rowe

Directed By: Martin Jenkins

Seraplon, a Priest: Hugh Dickson

Myris: Stephen Thorne

Iras: Jill Lldstone

Charmlon: Frances Jeater

Genome: [r3 Bd=19840322]

(or The World Well Lost) by JOHN DRYDEN , with eunuch, and First performed at the Theatre Royal, London in December 1677. All for

Love is regarded by many as Dryden's finest play. To conform to the dramatic rules of his day, Dryden reconceived and rewrote Shakespeare's

Antony and Cleopatra. The result is a powerful example of post-Restoration tragedy.

Directed by MARTIN JENKINS

Genome: [r3 Bd=19840322]

Unknown: John Dryden

Directed By: Martin Jenkins

Antony: John Turner

cleopatra: Barbara Jefford

Ventidius: Nigel Stock

octavia: Maureen O'Brien

Alexas, a: David March

Dollabella: John Rowe

Serapion, a Priest: Hugh Dickson

Myris: Stephen Thorne

Iras: Jill Lidstone

Charmion: Frances Jeater