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Casting confirmed for Donmar's "The Cosmonaut's Last Message..."
Casting has been confirmed for The Cosmonaut's Last Message To The Woman He Once Loved In The Former Soviet Union by David Greig, which opens at the Donmar Warehouse 12 April 2005, following previews from 7 April, and running to 21 May 2005.
Cast includes: Brid Brennan (Vivienne/Sylvia), Sean Campion (Casimir), Paul Higgins (Oleg), Tom Goodman-hill (Eric), Stuart Mcgugan (Proprietors/Patient), Anna Madeley (Nastasja/Claire), Michael Pennington (Keith/Bernard)
Michael Pennington's West End stage credits include "Timon of Athens" at the Barbican in 2000; "The Guardsman" at the Albery in 2000; "Gross Indecency: The Three Trials Of Oscar Wilde" at the Gielgud in 1999; "Misanthrope " & "Filumena" at the Piccadilly in 1998; "Waste" & "The Seagull" & "Provok' D Wife " & "Chekhov" all at the Old Vic in 1997; "Taking Sides" at the Criterion in 1995; "Hamlet" at the Gielgud in 1995.
Brid Brennan's recent London stage credits include "By The Bog of Cats" at the Wyndham's in 2004/5; "Bone" at the Royal Court in 2004; "The Dark" at the Donmar Warehouse in 2004; "Absolutely!(Perhaps)" at the Wyndham's in 2003; "Little Foxes" at the Donmar Warehouse in 2001.
Sean Campion's London stage credits include the original cast of "Stones in his Pockets" in 1999; "Mutabilitie" at the Cottesloe, NT in 1997; "Observe The Sons Of Ulster Marching Towards The Somme" at the Barbican in 1996.
It is directed by Tim Supple, designed by Melly Still, lighting by Neil Austin.
Two forgotten cosmonauts orbit a world which cannot hear them. David Greig explores our inability to communicate and our desperate need to connect.