NEWS: Casting Announced for The Show Must Go Online’s All’s Well That Ends Well

Full casting has been confirmed for the upcoming live streamed performance of Shakespeare’s All’s Well That Ends Well.

As the digital theatre company moves into its final 10 weeks of performances, The Show Must Go Online has announced casting for this week’s performance of All’s Well That Ends Well.

Taking place on Wednesday 16th September at 7pm, Rob Myles will direct Lucy Aley-Parker (Countess), Olga Blagodatskikh (First Soldier), James Dawoud (Bertram), Olive Fannie Gates (Ensemble), Whitton Frank (First French Lord), Charlotte Harvey (Widow), Sara Hymes (Helena), Michelle Kelly (Diana), Stefan Kent (Second French Lord), Jeff King (Lavatch), Gah-Kai Leung (Ensemble), Danann McAleer (Parolles), Christopher Paddon (Lafew), Bennett Pologe (King of France), Ally Poole (Ensemble), with Elloise Thomson and Dan Blick as swings.

The Show Must Go Online has established an opt-in hardship fund for all those who take part, which can be found here. Full details of The Show Must Go Online, including their previous shows, can be found here.

Talking about the series so far, Rob Myles has said: “That escalated quickly! What started as a tweet before lockdown began has now seen thirty performances streamed over the last six months, with just ten remaining. We have been amazed by the talent, both on stage and backstage, throughout the series so far and we can’t wait to share the final ten performances with our ever-growing audience.In the final ten works, Shakespeare is in the late stage of his career: a new King is on the throne and Shakespeare himself has endured the loss of his son. Having mastered his powers, he begins to wrestle with some of life’s most difficult themes. Through this phase, he becomes boldly experimental, ferociously inventive, and discovers the healing power of time. It has been an honour to explore Shakespeare’s evolution as a dramatist and share high quality, global Shakespeare that is for everyone, by everyone.”

The rest of the schedule is as follows:

16 September 2020         All’s Well That Ends Well (1604–1605)

23 September 2020         King Lear (1605–1606)

30 September 2020         Timon of Athens (1605–1606)

07 October 2020              Macbeth (1606)

14 October 2020               Antony and Cleopatra (1606)

21 October 2020               Coriolanus (1608)

28 October 2020               The Winter’s Tale (1609–1611)

04 November 2020          Cymbeline (1610)

11 November 2020          The Tempest (1610–1611)

18 November 2020          Henry VIII (1612–1613)

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