The Man of Mode / The Libertine

The Libertine

Two productions presented in repertoire in 1994 : the premiere of Stephen Jeffreys’ The Libertine, about the 2nd Earl of Rochester, notorious rake and libertine poet in the Court of Charles II; and a revival of George Etherege’s restoration comedy The Man of Mode whose protagonist, the rake Dorimant, may have been inspired by the same man.

CAST & CREATIVES

Cast: David Westhead, Cathryn Bradshaw, Amanda Drew, Bernard Gallagher, Barnaby Kay, Katrina Levon, Tim Potter, Nicola Walker, Jason Watkins and Tricia Thorns.

Director: Max Stafford-Clark
Designer: Peter Hartwell

PERFORMANCES

The Man of Mode and The Libertine were first performed, in a production by Out of Joint, at the University of Warwick Arts Centre on 20 October 1994 and then on tour, culminating at the Royal Court Theatre, London, on 6 December 1994.

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