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ROSE RAGE AT HAYMARKET THEATRE JUNE 2002
It is reported that Rose Rage, an adaptation of Shakespeare's Henry VI trilogy, by Edward Hall & Roger Warren will open at the Haymarket Theatre on 16th June 02, following previews from 12th June, and running to 21st July 02.
The text has been condensed into two plays, instead of three (each lasting approx 2 hours) , which can be viewed singly or together. It has an all male company of actors.
Rose Rage was first seen in early 2001 at the Watermill Theatre in Newbury, West Berkshire.
Rose Rage Part 1:Leaving only an infant son as his heir, the legendary King Henry V is barely cold in his grave before the English nobility are squabbling over power and control. Keen to claim the English crown as his own, Richard of York sets the people’s hero Jack Cade to raising a rebellion, and the country is thrown into turmoil. At the battle of St Albans two mighty forces meet in a desperate contest for the throne . . .
Rose Rage Part 2: A weak and reluctant King Henry VI agrees that after his death, his crown shall pass to Richard of York, but in doing so throws his own wife and son into a rage. Raising an army, the infamous queen and her son, kill York and turn to the French for help in destroying his heirs, but, incensed by the murder of their father, Edward and Richard ‘Hunchback’ are a force to be reckoned with . ..