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Casting has been announced for James Graham's new play Privacy, at the Donmar Warehouse, which opens 22 Apr 2014 following previews from 10 April and is running until 31 May 2014.
Gunnar Cauthery will make his Donmar debut, having recently played in productions of 'The Empty Quarter' at the Shakespeare's Globe and 'This House' at the National Theatre. Paul Chahidi has worked regularly with the RSC and has been seen on screen in BBC 3's 'Him and Her'. They are joined by Jonathan Coy who has recently been seen in the National Theatre's production of 'The Magistrate' and Joshua McGuire, who is also making his Donmar debut. Nina Sosanya returns to the Donmar following her 2002 appearence in 'The Vortex', along with Michelle Terry who makes her second appearence having previously performed in Sean Holmes’ 'The Man Who Had All the Luck' in 2008.
Privacy is written by James Graham, whose previous play at the National Theatre 'This House' was nominated for the 2013 Olivier Award for Best New Play. Provoked by the revelations of Edward Snowden, the piece uses interviews with journalists, politicians and analysts, asking a direct question to the audience: exactly how much do we give away when we share?
The play is directed by Josie Rourke, with original music by Michael Bruce and projection design by Duncan McLean.