John Gabriel Borkman
Overview of the production
John Gabriel Borkman, once an illustrious entrepreneur, has been brought low by a prison sentence for fraud. As he paces alone in an upstairs room, bankrupt and disgraced, he is obsessed by dreams of his comeback. Downstairs, his estranged wife plots the restoration of the family name. When her sister arrives unannounced, she triggers a desperate showdown with the past.
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Simon Russell Beale
THEATRE includes at The Bridge Bach & Sons and A Christmas Carol. For the National Theatre: The Lehman Trilogy (also West End and New York), King Lear, Timon of Athens, Collaborators, London Assurance, A Slight Ache, Landscape, Major Barbara, Much Ado About Nothing, The Alchemist, The Life of Galileo, Jumpers (also West End and New York), Humble Boy (also West End), Hamlet, Candide, Money, Othello, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, and Volpone. For the Donmar Warehouse Temple, Twelfth Night and Uncle Vanya. For the Almeida Richard II and Macbeth. At the Barbican Julius Caesar. For the Royal Shakespeare Company The Seagull, The Tempest and Richard III. At the Old Vic and in New York The Cherry Orchard and The Winter’s Tale. In the West End Mr Foote’s Other Leg (from Hampstead Theatre), Privates on Parade, Monty Python’s Spamalot (also New York), and Deathtrap.
TELEVISION includes Persuasion, A Dance to the Music of Time, The Young Visiters, Dunkirk, John Adams, Spooks, Falstaff in The Hollow Crown, Penny Dreadful, and Vanity Fair; and as presenter for Great Historians, Monteverdi in Mantua, Symphony and Sacred Music.
FILM includes An Ideal Husband, Hamlet, Alice in Wonderland, The Gathering, The Deep Blue Sea, My Life with Marilyn, Into the Woods, Tarzan, The Death of Stalin, Operation Finale, Radioactive, Mary Queen of Scots, Operation Mincemeat, Benediction, The Outfit and Thor: Love and Thunder.
RADIO Extensive work includes playing George Smiley in the adaptations of all the John Le Carré novels.
BALLET Playing The Duchess in Alice in Wonderland for the Royal Ballet at Covent Garden.
Simon Russell Beale was knighted in 2019.
Sebastian De Souza
THEATRE includes A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Great Expectations, Good and Henry V at Northwall Theatre, Oxford.
TELEVISION includes The Great, Normal People, Medici: Masters of Florence, Maigret in Montmartre, Recovery Road, Crossing Lines, The Borgias, Skins, and The Truth About Crime.
FILM includes Fair Play, Pixie, Lapwing, Ophelia, Kids in Love, Plastic, and Hangman.
THEATRE includes Clarion at the Arcola; A Delicate Balance on Broadway; Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at Bristol Old Vic/Bath Theatre Royal; Other Desert Cities at the Old Vic; The Fever at the Royal Court; Mrs Klein at the Almeida; Phaedra and Hecuba (Best Actress Olivier Award) at the Donmar Warehouse; and The Night of the Iguana and Death of a Salesman in the West End. At the National Theatre: Futurists, The Secret Rapture, The Absence of War, Napoli Milionaria, Richard III, King Lear, The Children’s Hour (Critics’ Circle Award), Sweet Bird of Youth (Best Actress Olivier Award), Vincent in Brixton (also in the West End and on Broadway; Best Actress Olivier Award, Critics’ Circle Award, Evening Standard Award, Tony nomination), Oedipus, All’s Well That Ends Well, Hamlet, A Slight Ache, and Landscape. Also, The Ride Down Mount Morgan and A Letter of Resignation in the West End; The Seagull/Present Laughter for the Ian McKellen Company at West Yorkshire Playhouse. For the RSC: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Hamlet and Antony and Cleopatra.
TELEVISION includes The Sandman, Trying, Dangerous Liaisons, Vera, The Bisexual, Into the Badlands, Love, Lies and Records, Liar,
Doctor Who, Rogue, Homefront, Downton Abbey, The Syndicate, Parade’s End, Being Human, The Curse of Steptoe, Goldplated, Midsomer Murders, Murder in Suburbia, Casanova, MIT, The Secret, Eureka Street, Young Indie, The Citadel, Mitch and After the War.
FILM includes Ready Player One, The Golden Compass, Cassandra’s Dream, Mrs Palfrey at the Claremont, Caught in the Act, A Fantastic Fear of Everything, Spring 1941, The Libertine, Stage Beauty, House of Mirth, B Monkey, Small Faces, Thin Ice and Bad Behaviour.
TRAINING includes MMus and BMus (Hons) from The Guildhall School of Music and Drama with Senior Professor Joan Havill.
PERFORMANCE includes, in 2023 touring with Lincoln Center Stage in a piano quartet onboard the Holland America Liner in partnership with RWS Entertainment Group. She has performed at The Oxford & Cambridge Club, Milton Court Concert Hall, Barbican Hall, Drapers Hall in London; Studley Hall, Lenfest Hall, Avram Theatre and Field Concert Hall in the U.S.; Kulturalzentrum in Germany; Académie de Musique de Braine-L’Alleud in Belgium; Conservatoires Municipal des Vincennes in France; as well as Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Town Hall, Llewellyn Hall in Australia.
AWARDS includes First Prize in The ZONTA International Music Competition, The Herbert & Theresie Lowit Memorial Scholarship, The Youth Music Foundation of Australia Inc., The Sidney Perry Foundation, The Zetland Foundation, PPCA Performers’ Trust Foundation, Kathleen Holmes McCrae Pianoforte Scholarship.
Daisy is a Talent Unlimited Artist.
THEATRE includes The Unfriend, Fracked, and Yes Prime Minister (also Trafalgar Studios and UK tour) at Chichester Festival Theatre; Candida and Taking Steps at the Orange Tree, Richmond; Eden, The Argument and Loyalty at Hampstead; The Fantastic Follies of Mrs Rich for the Royal Shakespeare Company; Dessert at Southwark Playhouse; Good Canary at the Rose Kingston; Oh What a Lovely War at Stratford East; Candide at Opéra National de Lorraine; Less Than Kind at Jermyn Street; The King and I at the Royal Albert Hall; and King Lear, ’Tis Pity She’s a Whore, A View from the Bridge, Hay Fever, Small Family Business and Tons of Money at the National Theatre. In the West End: Sondheim’s 80th Birthday Gala, Chicago, Donkey’s Years, Mary Stuart, The Old Masters, Democracy, Mamma Mia, Richard III, Company (from the Donmar Warehouse), Burn This, Look Look, Henceforward, and The Scarlet Pimpernel (from Chichester).
TELEVISION includes Miss Scarlet and the Duke, This is Going to Hurt, Finding Alice, The Crown, Silent Witness, White House Farm, Endeavour, Harlots, Grantchester, EastEnders, A Touch of Cloth, Above Suspicion, Minder, Lewis, New Tricks, Green Wing, Midsomer Murders, My Family, Foyle’s War, Catherine Cookson’s The Secret, Trial & Retribution, Heartbeat, King Lear, and Ruth Rendell’s A Fatal Inversion.
FILM includes Greed, Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again!, The Iron Lady, V for Vendetta, Topsy-Turvy, Wilde, Heidi and A Demon in My View.
Also an author, journalist and broadcaster, his BOOKS include the Costa-nominated sporting memoir Fatty Batter.
THEATRE include Days of Significance, Winter’s Tale, Pericles, Noughts & Crosses, all for the Royal Shakespeare Company; Macbeth, Anna Karenina and Cannibals, all for The Royal Exchange Theatre and God Bless the Child, Motor Town and Fallout, all for The Royal Court. Further theatre credits include Alligators at Hampstead Theatre, Much Ado About Nothing at The Globe, Eurydice at The Young Vic and on tour, Idomeneus at Gate Theatre, Eye of a Needle at Southwark Playhouse, Sixty Six Books at The Bush Theatre and Charged: Charged Dancing Bears + Fatal Light at Soho Theatre.
TELEVISION includes the lead role of Shakira in The State, Law & Order, Holby City, Doctors and Hunter.
FILM Includes Days of the Bagnold Summer, Jawbone, Sixty 6 and Venus.
THEATRE includes The Night of the Iguana, Old Times, Absurd Person Singular, The Homecoming (from Gate Dublin, also New York), Oleanna, The Revenger’s Comedies and Daisy Pulls It Off in the West End; The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, The Lover, and The Collection at the Donmar Warehouse; Mary Stuart, The Oresteia (Olivier Nominated) (also Trafalgar Studios) and Celebration / The Room (also New York) at the Almeida; The Father and God of Carnage (also tour) at Theatre Royal Bath; A Streetcar Named Desire and Eccentricities of a Nightingale at the Gate Dublin; Arcadia on Broadway; Earthquakes in London, The Hothouse, Mappa Mundi and Skylight (also Broadway; Tony and Olivier nominations and Theatreworld award for outstanding Broadway debut) for the National Theatre; The Lady from the Sea at the Arcola; My Child and King Lear at the Royal Court; and Postcards from America and As You Like It for the Royal Shakespeare Company.
TELEVISION includes Britney, The Capture, His Dark Materials, Riviera, The Lazarus Project, Kiri, The Silkworm, The Missing, The Crown, Secret State, Doc Martin, The Last Detective, May 33rd (BAFTA nominated), The Lives of Animals, The Russian Bride, Bad Blood, Imogen’s Face, A Shot Through the Heart, The Uninvited, Flowers of the Forest, Seaforth and Mr Wroe’s Virgins.
FILM includes Living, Benediction, The Foreigner, The Truth Commissioner, Jonathan Toomey, Girl from Rio, The King is Alive, Different for Girls, The Firth Province, Firelight and Dirty Weekend.
RADIO includes Journey in Red Shoes, In Therapy, Words and Music, November Dead List, The Wasteland, The Four Quartets, The Faith Healer, The Idiots, The Raj Quartet, and Easy Virtue.
AS DIRECTOR her work includes Doubt for Chichester Festival Theatre, Ashes To Ashes for the Pinter at the Pinter season, The Match Box for Liverpool Playhouse and the Kiln Theatre, and the films Samovar, Feathers, The Stronger (BAFTA nominated), Dog Alone and the feature documentary Nanabozhung.
THEATRE includes Bach & Sons at The Bridge; national tour of Private Lives for Nigel Havers Theatre Company; repertory at Wolverhampton, Bournemouth, Crewe and Sidmouth; leading roles in Twelfth Night, Rebecca, Look Back in Anger, Sleuth, The Importance of Being Earnest, In Praise of Love, Abigail’s Party, The Mousetrap and The Norman Conquests; touring internationally in The 39 Steps, Stones in His Pockets, Art, Private Lives and The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged); and appearing in the musicals A Slice of Saturday Night, Singin’ in the Rain, Crazy for You, Oklahoma!, Fiddler on the Roof, Guys and Dolls, and City of Angels. He has directed productions of Educating Rita and Gaslight. He has appeared in over 20 pantomimes up and down the country as Villain, Ugly and Dame.
TELEVISION AND FILM include 747: The Plan that Changed the World, Grange Hill, Weekender, Red Mercury and The Beer Hunter.
TRAINING The Laban Centre.
THEATRE includes recently The Mousetrap; Relatively Speaking at Shrewsbury; The Time of My Life at Brockley Jack; Where Will We Live at Southwark Playhouse; Play of Thrones at Union Theatre; Funny Money for Vienna English Theatre; and The Importance of Being Earnest (as Lady Bracknell), As You Like It and The Merchant of Venice on tour;.
TELEVISION includes recently The History of Bedlam and Ladykillers.
FILM includes recently Joshua and Zoey, The Estate Agent and Tales from Pussy Willow (animation).
RADIO Peace in Our Time.
THEATRE includes After All These Years Now at Ventnor Fringe; A Murder is Announced on UK tour; A Little Night Music; and Follies at the Yvonne Arnaud, Guildford.
Catharine Humphrys co-founded Guildford-based Triple C Theatre Company in 2012. For Triple C: Little Women, Way Upstream, The Heiress, Talking Heads: Bed Among the Lentils, The Memory of Water and Doubt.
FILM includes Nation Down, Bao Bao, Strangers and Independent Miss Craigie.
TRAINING Manchester School of Theatre
THEATRE includes Romeo and Juliet and Richard III at Shakespeare’s Rose, York.
TELEVISION A Series of Light.
SHORT FILM includes The Burglary and A Picture Called Motion.
Antonia has performed at venues including Wigmore Hall, Barbican, Milton Court Concert Hall, West Road Concert Hall, Trinity College Chapel, National Gallery of Ireland, and the National Concert Hall of Ireland.
Awards include the Morris Grant Bursary, RDS Jago Award, Tessier Award, Edith Leigh Piano Recital Award, the Hamilton Harty Cup, the Heneghan Cup, and the John Benson Memorial Cup.
THEATRE includes Alys, Always at The Bridge; Herding Cats for Hampstead Theatre and Theatre Royal Bath; What Are They Like?, Happy Now? (also New York, and Yale Rep; Writers’ Guild Best Play Award), The Eternal Not (also Latitude), The Shoemaker’s Wife and The Ice Palace (both for NT Connections), all for the National Theatre; Nostalgia for Plymouth Theatre Royal; Vesuvius for South Coast Rep; Three Graces for Lakeside, Colchester; and Wishbones and Waiting at the Water’s Edge for the Bush.
FILM & TELEVISION include The Little Stranger, Oscar Award Winning The Danish Girl, The Crimson Petal and the White, Crimson Peak, Wild Target, The Heart of Me and Lily and the Secret Planting.
Charlotte Barslund translates Scandinavian plays and literature.
Recent novels translated include Will and Testament and Long Live the Post Horn both by Vigdis Hjorth, the Arctic crime novels The Girl Without Skin and Cold Fear by Mads Peder Nordbo, Resin by Ane Riel, which was shortlisted for the 2019 Petrona Award, and A House in Norway by Vigdis Hjorth, which was longlisted for the 2019 International Dublin Literary Award. Her translation of Per Petterson’s I Curse the River of Time was shortlisted for the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize.
She has translated works by a wide range of writers and playwrights from Norway, Denmark and Greenland.
Anna Fleischle is an award–winning production set and costume designer.
THEATRE includes A Very Very Very Dark Matter, A German Life and Two Ladies at The Bridge; Much Ado About Nothing and Home, I’m Darling (also Theatr Clwyd and West End, 2019 Olivier Award Nominee For Best Set Design And Best Costume Design) at the National Theatre; Hangmen at the Royal Court, West End and on Broadway (Tony nominee, 2022, Olivier Award-winner 2016 for Best Set Design, Critics’ Circle Award and Evening Standard Award for Best Design); The Collaboration, Hamlet and Death of a Salesman (also in the West End and on Broadway, 2022) at the Young Vic; The Forest at Hampstead; 2:22 A Ghost Story, Don Juan in Soho and The End of Longing in the West End; Once Upon a One More Time at the Nederlander, Chicago; A Kind of People, Liberian Girl and The Kid Stays in the Picture (for Complicite) at the Royal Court; House of Shades, The Writer and Before the Party at the Almeida; The Way of the World at the Donmar Warehouse; Everybody’s Talking About Jamie at the Crucible Sheffield, in the West End, on UK tour, in LA and Korea; Much Ado About Nothing and Troilus and Cressida at Shakespeare’s Globe; Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead at the Old Vic; Beware of Pity for Schaubühne Berlin/Complicité; Two Noble Kinsmen, Cymbeline and Love’s Sacrifice for the RSC; West Side Story, Blindsided, Saturday Night & Sunday Morning and Rat’s Tails at Manchester Royal Exchange; You Can See The Hills, Love and Money at Manchester Royal Exchange and the Young Vic.
OPERA includes Orfeo at Vienna Staatsoper; and Weimar Nightfall: Seven Deadly Sins for LA Philharmonic.
DANCE includes Message in a Bottle at Sadlers Wells; Second Coming for Scottish Dance Theatre; and John and Can We Talk About This? for DV8 Physical Theatre, the National Theatre and on international tour.
Anna Fleischle is a founding Member of Scene/Change, Associate Artist at the Young Vic, Board Member of Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, and Ambassador for PiPA.
THEATRE includes Yerma (also at the Armory, NY) and Measure for Measure at the Young Vic; When We Have Sufficiently Tortured Each Other, Macbeth, People, Places & Things (also in the West End, on UK Tour and at St Ann’s Warehouse, NY; Olivier nomination for Best Lighting Design),Twelfth Night, Three Winters, The Plough and the Stars and Man and Superman at the National Theatre; The Tragedy of King Richard the Second at the Almeida; Ghost Stories at the Lyric Hammersmith, in the West End and on tour); The White Devil, As You Like It and A Mad World My Masters for the Royal Shakespeare Company; The Tempest, Henry IV (also at St Ann’s, NYC) and Julius Caesar for the Donmar at King’s Cross; Anatomy of a Suicide at the Royal Court and Hamburg Schauspielhaus; The Duchess of Malfi at the Old Vic; The Dresser, The Ladykillers and Swallows and Amazons in the West End; Ibsen Huis and De Meiden for Toneelgroep, Amsterdam; and Copenhagen at Theatre Royal Bath.
OPERA includes Lucia di Lammermoor at the Metropolitan Opera House, NY; The Blue Woman, Theodora, Jenufa, and The Seven Deadly Sins/Mahagonny Songspiel at the Royal Opera House; Bluebeard’s Castle for Bavarian State Opera, Munich; L’Orfeo, Wozzeck and La Traviata for Vienna Staatsoper; Lessons in Love and Violence for Royal Opera House, Dutch National Opera, Opera de Lyon, and Hamburg State Opera; Tristan und Isolde, Innocence, Ariadne auf Naxos, Pelléas et Mélisande, Alcina and Trauernacht for Aix-en-Provence Festival; Der Zwerg and Jenufa for Dutch National Opera; Francesca da Rimini for Opéra National du Rhin; Alcina for Bolshoi Theatre of Russia; Miranda for Opéra Comique; The Barber of Seville at Glyndebourne; The Marriage of Figaro for Opera North; Pelléas et Mélisande for Den Norske Opera; Le Vin Herbé for Berliner Staatsoper; Ariodante for Scottish Opera; and Benjamin, Dernière Nuit for Opera de Lyon.
TRAINING Central School of Speech & Drama (in theatre design).
THEATRE includes Bach & Sons, A Christmas Carol, Beat the Devil, Talking Heads and Alys, Always at The Bridge; To The Streets for China Plate & Birmingham 2022; Psychodrama at the Traverse; Othello for Frantic Assembly), Jungle Book Reimagined for Akram Khan, Bedknobs & Broomsticks UK tour, Leopards at the Rose Theatre, The Language of Kindness for Wayward Productions, The Encounter, The Master and Margarita, Shun-kin, and Endgame for Complicité; Harry Potter And The Cursed Child in London, New York, Melbourne, San Francisco, Hamburg, Toronto and Tokyo; Black Watch for National Theatre Scotland; The Arrival at the Bush Theatre; The Barber Shop Chronicles, Draw Me Close, Othello, The Cat in the Hat, A Matter of Life and Death, Attempts on Her Life, Waves and John (DV8) at the National Theatre; Invisible Cities at Manchester International Festival; John for DV8; As You Like It at Regent’s Park; Let The Right One In, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and A Christmas Carol in the West End; Woyzeck at the Old Vic; Wings, The Cherry Orchard, Wild Swans, Hamlet and Joe Turner’s Come And Gone at the Young Vic; Victory Condition, B, and Road at the Royal Court); Boy, Game for the Almeida; Road, B, Victory Condition for the Royal Court; CBeebies Thumbelina, Nutcracker, Alice in Wonderland, A Christmas Carol for the BBC. Soundscape Design, Opening Ceremony of the 2012 Olympic Games.
AWARDS Olivier, Tony, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Circle Awards for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child; Special Tony, Drama Desk, Helpmann and Evening Standard Awards for The Encounter (with co-designer Pete Malkin); Olivier and Helpmann Awards for Black Watch; Olivier Award for Waves; and IRNE Award for Wild Swans.
BOOK Sound Design for the Stage.
He is a founder and former chair of the Association of Sound Designers; and honorary fellow of the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
THEATRE casting includes The Southbury Child, Straight Line Crazy, The Book of Dust – La Belle Sauvage, Bach & Sons, Talking Heads, A Number, Two Ladies and A Midsummer Night’s Dream at The Bridge; Patriots at the Almeida, Peggy for You at Hampstead Theatre, Don Juan in Soho and The Audience in the West End; and many productions for Sheffield Crucible Theatres.
TELEVISION includes The Crown, Chernobyl, Game of Thrones, The Serpent, Wolf Hall, London Spy, and Friday Night Dinner.
Isabel is currently Co-Director of 2:22 – A Ghost Story in the West End.
THEATRE includes directing and curating Deep Night, Dark Night in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse at Shakespeare’s Globe, where she has worked extensively as an Associate Director, running their international touring productions in 2018 and 2019.
Her other work as Director includes Terrifying Women for Golden Goose; NSFW (also Edinburgh Fringe), Jumpy and Saved for Oxford Playhouse; and Look Back in Anger for the Edinburgh Fringe.
As Associate Director, Twelfth Night, Pericles, The Comedy of Errors, The Taming of the Shrew and The Merchant of Venice all for Shakespeare’s Globe and national and international tour.
As Assistant Director, The Southbury Child at The Bridge; Macbeth, The Secret Theatre, The Inn at Lydda and TheTempest at Shakespeare’s Globe.
Olivia Ward has worked in theatrical costume for the last 10 years, in running wardrobe on many productions, including Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Dreamgirls, Old Times and The Audience, and at various theatres. Her work as assistant supervisor includes Plenty at Chichester Festival and Hamlet at the Young Vic. As supervisor, the Young Company Season and Daddy at the Almeida; The Collaboration at the Young Vic; Kabul Goes Pop at Brixton House Theatre; We Started to Sing at the Arcola; and The Trials at the Donmar.
Current productions include My Neighbour Totoro for the RSC; The Car Man at the Royal Albert Hall; The Southbury Child, John Gabriel Borkman, Straight Line Crazy and Guys and Dolls at The Bridge Theatre; Sleeping Beauty for Matthew Bourne’s UK tour; Peaky Blinders for Rambert’s UK Tour and Tammy Faye Musical at The Almeida.
In the last twenty years Lily Mollgaard has worked on over 270 shows in the West End, on Broadway and beyond. She spent 10 years running the props department at Shakespeare’s Globe and 15 years as Prop Supervisor for Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures which included The Car Man, Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty and The Red Shoes.
THEATRE includes A Number, Beat The Devil, Talking Heads, Bach and Sons, The Book of Dust – La Belle Sauvage, Julius Caesar, Night Fall and A Midsummer Night’s Dream at The Bridge; Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre; Jesus Christ Superstar for UK tour and Broadway; Sunset Boulevard and Bombay Dreams at the Apollo Victoria Theatre and on Broadway; Joseph and Made in Dagenham at the Adelphi Theatre; The Producers, Oliver! and Shrek at Theatre Royal Drury Lane; Miss Saigon at the Prince Edward Theatre; Spamalot at the Playhouse Theatre; Sister Act at the London Palladium; Hairspray at the Shaftsbury Theatre; School of Rock at the Gillian Lynne Theatre; The Wild Duck at the Almeida; Company at the Gielgud Theatre; The Pinter Season (One, Two, Five and Six) at the Harold Pinter Theatre for the Jamie Lloyd Company; Red Shoes, Nutcracker and Midnight Bell for Matthew Bourne; Evita at Regent’s Park; Blithe Spirit at Theatre Royal Bath; Cyrano de Bergerac for the Jamie Lloyd Company; Leopoldstadt for Sonia Friedman Productions; Prince of Egypt at the Dominion Theatre and 9 to 5 at the Savoy Theatre.