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    Richard III
    By William Shakespeare

    20:15, Mon 10th September 2018 at Savoy Theatre
    Summer Vacation

    Richard III is a history play by William Shakespeare, believed to have been written in approximately 1592. It depicts the Machiavellian rise to power and subsequent short reign of Richard III of England. The play is grouped among the histories in the First Folio and is most often classified as such. Occasionally, however, as in the quarto edition, it is termed a tragedy. Richard III concludes Shakespeare's first tetralogy.
    It is the second longest play in the canon after Hamlet, and is the longest of the First Folio, whose version of Hamlet is shorter than its Quarto counterpart. The play is rarely performed unabridged; often, certain peripheral characters are removed entirely. In such instances extra lines are often invented or added from elsewhere in the sequence to establish the nature of characters' relationships. A further reason for abridgment is that Shakespeare assumed that his audiences would be familiar with the Henry VI plays, and frequently made indirect references to events in them, such as Richard's murder of Henry VI or the defeat of Henry's queen Margaret.


    Duke of Buckingham -
    James Tyrell -
    Edward V of England -
    Margaret Plantagenet -
    Sir William Catesby -
    Sir Robert Brackenbury -
    Elizabeth Woodville -
    Sir Richard Ratcliffe -
    King Edward IV -
    King Richard III -
    Richard Duke of York -
    Sir Thomas Vaughan -
    Sir Edmund Shaa -
    Lord Hastings -
    Richard Grey -
    Sir Walter Herbert -
    Duchess of York -
    Lord Stanley -
    Lady Anne -
    George, Duke of Clarence -
    King Henry VII -
    Marquess of Dorset -
    Margaret of Anjou -
    Richard of Shrewsbury -
    Edward, Earl of Warwick -
    Thomas Rotherham -
    John Morton -
    Duke of Norfolk -
    Earl of Surrey -
    Thomas Cardinal Bourchier -
    Earl of Oxford -
    Lord Lovel -
    Earl Rivers -
    Sir William Brandon -
    James Blount -
    Christopher Urswick -
    Elizabeth of York -
    Ralph Shaa -
    Henry Long -
    Hastings -

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