Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead

TOM STOPPARD


Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead

James Wallace

Theatre: Vermilion Dream (Salisbury); The Way of the World (Wilton’s Music Hall); Something Cloudy, Something Clear (Finborough); A&R (Latchmere); Dead Funny, The Whisperers and The School for Scandal (all Rough Magic); Henry IV Parts I and II (RSC); Lady Windermere’s Fan (Chichester); The Merchant of Venice (Lyceum, Edinburgh); Northanger Abbey (Greenwich); Tartuffe (Almeida); Hamlet (Hackney Empire and Broadway); Waiting for Godot (Italian tour).

Television: Margaret, The Bill, The Alan Clark Diaries, Pie in the Sky, Between the Lines, The Prince, Out of Darkness.

Film: Piccadilly Jim, Lost in Chechnya, Die Another Day.

James has also directed and acted in over 40 plays by Shakespeare’s contemporaries for The Globe’s ‘Read Not Dead’ project.  

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