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Patrick Galligan, David Schurmann, Gray Powell David Schurmann and Rosemary Dunsmore (Charles & Camilla) Wade Bogert-O’Brien and Jessica Greenberg

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A Future History Play by Mike Bartlett
Directed by Joel Greenberg

THE QUEEN IS DEAD.
LONG LIVE THE KING? 

Charles. Camilla. William. Kate. Harry. One family holds the future of Great Britain in its hands. But what will the future be? The Queen is dead. The “King-in-waiting” finally ascends the throne. Defying centuries of tradition, Charles boldly attempts to reassert the crown’s power, landing himself - and his country - in a royal mess. 

Exploring power and betrayal, the internationally acclaimed play, KING CHARLES III, skillfully reveals the people beneath the crowns as nuanced flesh and blood, and turns a Shakespearean lens on relationships in the world’s most famous and exposed family. 

Following sold-out runs in London’s West End and on Broadway, Mike Bartlett’s award-winning new play comes to Toronto February 10th.

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BY Mike Bartlett
DIRECTED BY Joel Greenberg
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Robert Motum
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Sarah Orenstein (supported by the RBC Emerging Artist Program)

STARRING David Schurmann, Jeff Meadows, Shannon Taylor, Wade Bogert-O’Brien, Jessica Greenberg, Guy Bannerman, Gray Powell, Patrick Galligan, Amy Rutherford, Sam Kalilieh, Marcel Stewart and Rosemary Dunsmore.
LIGHTING DESIGN Kevin Fraser
SET DESIGN 
John Thompson
COSTUME DESIGN Denyse Karn
SOUND DESIGN
 Thomas Ryder Payne
HEAD OF PROPS Mary Spyrakis
STAGE MANAGER 
Chris Porter
ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER 
Bradley Dunn

 

Mike Bartlett's flat-out brilliant portrait of a monarchy in crisis. – THE NEW YORK TIMES
Unstoppably entertaining. – THE TIMES

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