BY JOHN LYLY
PENTAMETER'S THEATRE, 2013
First played in London by the Children of Paul’s in the last years of the XVIth century. Revived on the 10th of September, 2013 at the Pentameters Theatre, Hampstead, London.
Ava Amande (Nisa), Sibylla Meienberg (Celia), Judith Georgi (Niobe), Tom Wharnsby (Ramis, in love with Nisa), Edmund Sage-Green (Montanus, in love with Celia), Pip Brignall (Silvestris, in love with Niobe), Holly Morgan (Ceres, Goddess of the harvest), Gavin Duff (Erisichthon, a farmer), Laura Danielle Sharp (Protea, daughter of Erisichthon), Mathew Lewis-Carter (Petulius, in love with Protea), Edward Fisher / Mathew Lewis-Carter (Chorus), Laura Danielle Sharp (Fidelia, an arborified nymph), Edward Fisher (A merchant), Dominic Morgan (Cupid, God of love)
Cecilia Dorland (Director); Luise Wiener (Stage Manager); Carolyn Wheeler (Company Movement); Darren Royston (Period Movement); John Dalton (Scenery); Penny Rischmiller and Ollie Edwards (Lighting); Gisèle Venet (Literary Adviser & Costumes); Jean-Philippe Martinez (Music); Léonie Scott-Matthews (Producer)