After the recent University of Leicester study into the missing remains of King Richard III found in a car park, Mark Rylance
is photographed on stage at the Apollo Theatre
, where today, Sunday 10 February 2013, he takes a final bow for his critically acclaimed portrayal of the late King. Scroll below for the photo!
's sell-out productions of Twelfth Night and Richard III complete their run at the Apollo Theatre
today, Sunday 10 February 2013. Mark Rylance
, who plays Olivia in Twelfth Night and the title role of Richard III, is joined by Stephen Fry
as Malvolio in Twelfth Night.
Following a sold-out run at Shakespeare's Globe, the all-male productions transferred to the West End in November. The productions used original Shakespearean practices with on-stage seating, and are lit by over 100 candles. Designs are by Jenny Tiramani and music is by Claire van Kampen, who along with Director Tim Carroll, were the creative team behind the Globe's original 2002 version of Twelfth Night. David Plater designed the lighting for the transfer.
For more about the productions, visit www.shakespearewestend.com.
Photo Credit: Simon Annand
After the recent University of Leicester study into the missing remains of King Richard III found in a car park, Mark Rylance takes his final bow as Richard III at the Apollo Theatre.