Endgame

IN A DOUBLE BILL WITH ROUGH FOR THEATRE II
Endgame

CAST

  • Alan Cumming

    Hamm/B

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    Alan Cumming

    Recent theatre: Daddy (Off Broadway); Legal Immigrant (US concert tour); Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs (US/UK/ Australia concert tour); Cabaret (NYC); Macbeth (National Theatre of Scotland/Broadway). Recent Television: Briarpatch, Helpsters, Instinct, Doctor Who, Broad City, Queers, The Good Wife. Recent Film: The Diary, They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead, Battle of the Sexes, After Louie. Recent writing: Honey and Leon Take The High Road, You Gotta Get Bigger Dreams (books) and articles for The New York Times and NBC News. He is an activist for LGBTQ rights and a PETA honorary board member. Alan also co-owns Club Cumming, a cabaret bar in New York City, where he fulfills a lifelong ambition to be a bartender.

  • Daniel Radcliffe

    Clov/A

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    Daniel Radcliffe

    Theatre includes: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (The Old Vic); The Cripple of Inishmaan, Equus (West End/Broadway); The Lifespan of a FactHow to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Broadway); Privacy (Public Theater, New York). Television includes:  Miracle Workers, A Young Doctor’s Notebook, The Simpsons, Extras. Film includes: JungleNow You See Me 2Swiss Army ManImperiumVictor FrankensteinHornsWhat IfKill Your DarlingsThe Woman in BlackHarry Potter film series. Daniel is also working on a number of upcoming projects, including: The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Special, Escape from PretoriaGuns Akimbo.

  • Jane Horrocks

    Jane Horrocks

    Nell

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    Jane Horrocks

    Theatre includes: King Lear (The Old Vic); The Room/Family Voices, Absurd Person Singular, Sweet Panic (West End); East is East (West End/UK tour); The Rise And Fall of Little Voice (National Theatre/West End); Cabaret (Donmar); Instructions for Correct AssemblyAunt Dan and LemonRoad (Royal Court); If You Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Annie Get Your Gun, The Good Soul of Szechuan (Young Vic); Cotton Panic (Manchester International Festival). Television includes: The Singapore GripTrolliedThe Road to Coronation StreetGracie!The Amazing Mrs PritchardThe StreetNever Mind The HorrocksAbsolutely Fabulous. Film includes: Sunshine On LeithChicken RunCorpse BrideLife Is SweetLittle VoiceThe Witches.

  • Karl Johnson

    Karl Johnson

    Nagg

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    Karl Johnson

    Theatre includes: King Lear, As You Like It (The Old Vic); Noises Off (The Old Vic/West End); Girl from the North Country, Barking in Essex (West End); Hamlet (Barbican); Frankenstein, Scenes from the Big Picture, The Seafarer, The Walls, Cardiff East, The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui, Uncle Vanya, The Mysteries, Animal Farm (National Theatre); The Night Heron, Boy Gets Girl, The Weir (Royal Court). Television includes: King Lear, Mum, Dickensian, Plebs, Call the Midwife, Merlin. Film includes: Dream Horse, Peterloo, Death of Stalin, Kaleidescope, Mr Turner,  Jubilee, The Tempest, The Pier – Award for Best Actor at Zadar IFF Croatia.

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    Suzy King

    Understudy Nell

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    Suzy King

    Theatre includes: Marya, A Flea In Her Ear (The Old Vic); The Trial (Young Vic); Swanwhite (Gate); Dr Faustus, Daisy Pulls It Off (The Dukes, Lancaster); The Millionairess (BAC); Merry Christmas Mr Burbage (The Theatre, Shoreditch). Opera includes: Anna Nicole, Il Trittico, The Gambler, Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (ROH); Der Rosenkavalier, Falstaff (Glyndebourne); Julietta, Lulu, Die Fledermaus, Don Carlos (ENO). Television includes: The House of Eliot, Blood Rights, The Upper Hand. Film includes: The Third Party, Like It Is, Knickers. Radio includes: presenter for Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation Radio 1.

  • Jackson Milner headshot

    Jackson Milner

    C/Understudy Clov, A

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    Jackson Milner

    Theatre includes: Home Free! (West End); Pufferfish (VAULT Festival); The Golden Shield (Yellow Earth Theatre/Soho); Home Free! (Arts Theatre); Don’t Laugh (Little Pieces of Gold); Promise (Rosemary Branch Theatre); Character Solos (Tristan Bates Theatre); Deathwatch (Roundhouse Festival); David (Edinburgh Fringe). Film includes: I’m Dead, The Good Neighbour, Straight Edge, Legend, Blink.

  • David Tarkenter Headshot

    David Tarkenter

    Understudy Hamm, Nagg, B, C

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    David Tarkenter

    Theatre includes: The Best Man, Admissions (West End); The Red Barn (National Theatre); The Inn at Lydda, The Knight of the Burning Pestle (Shakespeare’s Globe); Hamlet (Shakespeare’s Globe/International tour); Absent Friends, The Winter’s Tale (Mercury Theatre); Our Country’s Good, Kiss of the Spiderwoman (Theatre by the Lake, Keswick); Canterbury Tales (Creation Theatre); The 39 Steps (Vienna’s English Theatre). Television includes: 55 Degrees North, Falling, Lawless, Byker Grove, Micawber, Heartbeat. Film includes: County Lines, London Road, King of the Road. David won the TMA Award for Best New Play for Children and Young People (2000).

CREATIVE TEAM

  • Writer

    Samuel Beckett

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    Writer

    Samuel Beckett was a playwright, novelist and poet. He was the recipient of multiple literature and drama awards including the 1969 Nobel Prize in Literature. Theatre includes: Eleutheria, Waiting for Godot, Act Without Words I + II, Endgame, Krapp’s Last Tape, Rough for Theatre I + II, Happy Days, Play, Come and Go, Breath, Not I, That Time, Footfalls, A Piece of Monologue, Rockaby, Ohio Impromptu, Catastrophe, What Where. Radio plays include: All That Fall, Embers, Rough for Radio I + II, Words and Music, Cascando. Television includes: Eh Joe, Ghost Trio, … but the clouds …, Quadrat I + II, Nacht und Träume. Film includes: Film.

  • Director

    Richard Jones

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    Director

    Theatre includes: Too Clever by Half – Olivier Award, The Illusion – Evening Standard Award for Best Director (The Old Vic); The Hairy Ape (The Old Vic/New York Park Avenue Armory);  Into the Woods – Olivier Award for Best Musical Revival (West End); Judgement Day (New York Park Avenue Armory). Opera includes: Hansel and Gretel – Olivier Award for Best New Opera (WNO); Lady Macbeth of Mtensk – Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in Opera, Ring Cycle – Evening Standard Award for Outstanding Artistic Achievement, Katya Kabanova – Olivier Award for Best New Opera (ROH); The Mastersingers of Nuremberg – Olivier Award Best New Opera (ENO). Richard has also directed for the Young Vic, National Theatre, Royal Court, RSC, Public Theater, New York and operas worldwide. Richard was appointed CBE in the 2015 New Year’s Honours list.

  • Set & Costume

    Stewart Laing

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    Set & Costume

    Theatre as Designer includes: The Hairy Ape (The Old Vic/Park Avenue Armory, New York); La Bohème (ROH/Teatro Real, Madrid/Lyric Opera, Chicago); Titanic – Tony Award for Best Scenic Design in a Musical, Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Set Design (Broadway). Theatre as Director includes: The Sewing Group (Royal Court); Creditors (Royal Lyceum Edinburgh); The Skating Rink (Garsington Opera); The End of Eddy (Edinburgh International Festival/Unicorn/Dublin Theatre Festival/Melbourne International Arts Festival/Next Wave Festival, Brooklyn Academy of Arts); Them! (National Theatre of Scotland).

  • Lighting

    Adam Silverman

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    Lighting

    Theatre includes: Urinetown, Macbeth (West End); The Glass Menagerie, A Day in the Death of Joe Egg (Broadway); Adriana Lecouvreur, Un Ballo in Maschera (Metropolitan Opera); The Second Violinist, Grief is the Thing with Feathers (Barbican); Downstate, Ballyturk, Misterman (National Theatre); Blue/Orange, Hamlet (Young Vic); Lohengrin, Andrea Chenier, Adriana Lecouvreur (ROH); Medusa, The Wind, Aeturnum (Royal Ballet); Powder Her Face, Julius Caesar, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Peter Grimes, Jenufa (ENO); Five Gold Rings (Almeida); I Manadieri (Teatro alla Scala). Other work includes; PJ Harvey’s world tour The Hope Six Demolition Project and new works with Michael Keegan-Dolan including Mám, Swan Lake, Rite of Spring, The Bull, Gisele.

  • Sound

    Fergus O’Hare

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    Sound

    Theatre: Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead, Noises OffHamletThe TempestThe EntertainerInherit the WindRichard IIAladdin, The Philadelphia Story, Cloaca, HamletThe Tempest (The Old Vic); The Winslow Boy (The Old Vic/Broadway);This Is Our Youth, Passion Play, Birdsong, On an Average Day, Lobby Hero, Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me, Up for Grabs, Twelfth Night, My One and Only (West End); Macbeth, A Day in the Death of Joe Egg, King Lear (West End/Broadway); Mother of Him (Park); A Christmas Carol (RSC); Shadowlands (Chichester); Apollo 11 (Rose Bowl, LA);The Shape of Things, Electra, The Seagull (Broadway).

  • Movement

    Sarah Fahie

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    Movement

    Theatre includes: Katya KabanovaLa Bohème4.48 PsychosisIl TabarroSuor AngelicaThe Gambler (ROH); Don GiovanniRodelinda (ENO); Aida (RAH); Don Giovanni (Bergen National Opera and Northern Ireland Opera); Peter Grimes (La Scala, Milan); The Trial (Young Vic); La Damnation De FaustDer Rosenkavalier (Glyndebourne); Capriccio (Grange Park Opera); SemeleHänsel und Gretel (Garsington Opera). Theatre as Director includes: Giant (Aldeburgh). Theatre as Associate/Revival Director includes: Rumpelstiltskin (Birmingham Contemporary Music Group); Der RosenkavalierFalstaff (Glyndebourne); Il TabarroSuor Angelica (ROH). Awards include: Jerwood Choreography Award.

  • Casting

    Jessica Ronane CDG

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    Casting

    Theatre includes: A Christmas CarolLungsA Very Expensive PoisonPresent LaughterAll My SonsThe American ClockSYLVIAA Monster CallsMood MusicFanny & AlexanderWoyzeckRosencrantz & Guildenstern are DeadKing LearThe CaretakerThe Master Builder, Dr. Seuss’s The LoraxThe Hairy ApeFuture Conditional (The Old Vic); Girl from the North Country (The Old Vic/West End); The Divide (The Old Vic/ EIF); Running WildTo Kill a Mockingbird (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre). Children’s casting includes: School of RockCharlie and the Chocolate FactoryBilly Elliot the Musical (West End); Matilda the Musical (RSC/West End/Broadway). Film includes: The Kid Who Would Be KingEmma.

  • Sound Consultant

    David Sawer

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    Sound Consultant

    Theatre includes: From Morning to Midnight (ENO); Skin Deep (Opera North/Bregenz Festival/Royal Danish Opera);The Skating Rink (Garsington Opera); April \ March (Royal Ballet); Cat’s Eye (Ballet Rambert); Public EnemyThe Trial, Government Inspector, The Good Soul of Szechuan (Young Vic); Hamlet (RSC). David has received commissions from BBC Proms, Cheltenham Festival, BBC Symphony Orchestra, London Sinfonietta, Birmingham Contemporary Music Group and ensemble musikFabrik.

  • Voice

    Barbara Houseman

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    Voice

    Theatre includes: Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead, Sweet Bird of Youth, The Duchess of Malfi, The Playboy of the Western World, Design for Living (The Old Vic); The Ferryman, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, The Ladykillers, Dr Faustus, Perfect Nonsense, Macbeth, Richard III, Kenneth Branagh Season (West End); The Cripple of Inishmaan, Equus (West End/Broadway); The Lifetime of a Fact (Broadway); St Joan, Julius Caesar, Henry IV, The Tempest, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Coriolanus, Trelawny of the Wells (Donmar); The Government Inspector (Young Vic); All’s Well That Ends Well (Shakespeare’s Globe). Barbara is Season Associate Director (Voice & Text) at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre.

  • Baylis Assistant Director

    Danielle Baker-Charles

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    Baylis Assistant Director

    Theatre as Assistant Director includes: Bitter WheatTrue West (West End); There is a Field (Theatre 503). Theatre as Director includes: To My Younger Self (Synergy Theatre Project); The Prison Experience, BackstoryEntourage (Only Connect); Talking Objects (Only Connect at the British Museum); Una (Micro-Rainbows/The Last Refuge). Theatre as Company Director includes: BABEL (Wildworks). Danielle has also worked as: Education Manager at Synergy Theatre 2017–2018; Resident Director at Micro-Rainbows 2013–2017; Head of Delivery and Creative Lead (Impact) at Only Connect 2013–2016; Creative Associate at Peckham Shed 2007–2011. Participation work includes projects for Tender, Young Vic, Almeida, Theatre Centre, CYTO, Clean Break, V&A, and in India and Japan.

Suitable for ages 14+
Infrequent use of strong language

Running time: approx. 2 hours and 15 minutes, including a 20-minute interval

Trigger warnings: Rough For Theatre II makes reference to suicide

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