by William Shakespeare
Adapted by Elizabeth MacNamara, Steffi Brenzel, Emma Copland, and Red Smucker.
2nd December - 5th December 2009 (no performance on 4th December)
The Lecture Hall of Mason Croft, The Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-upon-Avon
Directed by Emma Copland and Red Smucker
Cast: Cat Clifford (Duke / Montano / Clown), Cecilia White (Brabantio / Lodovica), Elizabeth Sharrett (Desdemona), José A. Pérez Diez (Othello), Liz MacNamara (Iago), Micah Coston (Emillio), Matthew Kubus (Cassio), Steffi Brenzel (Bianca), Richard Nunn (Roderigo), Kendra Whitmore (Gratiano / Board member).
Production Team: Yu Umemiya (Stage Manager / Artwork / Backstage / Publicity), Cat Kerr (Assistant Stage Manager), Emma Walker (Assistant Stage Manager).
"The production is set in the intimate world of the 1950s office, where women, like Iago, were still finding their way in the workplace. A male-dominated world where vicious rumours and mistrust end in tragedy."
Radio: BBC Coventry & Warwickshire Radio - "6 at 6" programme, hosted by Peter Marriot, 2nd December 2009.
Archive DVD in The Shakespeare Institute Library, Stratford-upon-Avon.
Programme on file in Archive at The Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-upon-Avon.