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Chichester Festival Theatre

  Chichester Festival Theatre 2004 Season brings you eight plays so full of magic, myths and monsters that they are quite simply Out Of This World. With a programme of late-night cabarets, talks, fun-days, rehearsed readings and a whole host of extra events, there is something for everyone.

Out of This World   29 April - 25 September
OUT OF THIS WORLD
Music and lyrics by
Cole Porter
Book by Dwight Taylor
and Reginald Lawrence
Revised by Greg MacKellan
Incorporating material by Howard Ashman
and Jeremy Sams
Based on Plautus'
Amphitryon
UK PREMIERE
  Just So   11 June - 25 September
JUST SO
Music by George Stiles
Book and lyrics by
Anthony Drewe
Inspired by the stories of Rudyard Kipling
Orchestrations by Christopher Jahnke
Associate Orchestrator
John Clancy
UK PREMIERE
A Midsummer Night's Dream  

 

8 May - 23 September
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM
William Shakespeare

  The Master and Margarita  

 

23 July - 24 September
THE MASTER
AND MARGARITA

Mikhail Bulgakov
In a new adaptation by Edward Kemp
WORLD PREMIERE


  The MINERVA THEATRE productions are:
28 May - 3 July THREE WOMEN AND A PIANO TUNER by Helen Cooper
9 July - 25 September SEVEN DOORS by Botho Strauss in a new translation by Jeremy Sams
4 August - 4 September CRUEL AND TENDER by Martin Crimp, after Sophocles' Women of Trachis
8 - 25 September DOCTOR FAUSTUS by Christopher Marlowe

• Chichester Festival Theatre, Oaklands Park, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 6AP

 

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