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The cast has been announced for Bruce Norris' new play The Low Road, which opens at the Royal Court Downstairs, 27 March 2013, following previews from 22 March - running to 11 May 2013.
The cast includes Elizabeth Berrington, Johnny Flynn, Bill Paterson, Simon Paisley Day, Jared Ashe, Jack Benjamin, Kit Benjamin, Helen Cripps, Ian Gelder, Raj Ghatak, Natasha Gordon, Kobna Holdbrook-Smith, Ellie Kendrick, Edward Killingback, Fredrick Neilson, arry Peacock, Leigh Quinn, John Ramm, Will Thompson.
The Low Road, will be the final production Dominic Cooke will direct at the Royal Court before he steps down as Artistic Director in April 2013.
It is designed by Tom Pye, lighting by Jean Kalman, sound by Carolyn Downing.
A fable of free market economics and cut-throat capitalism. A young entrepreneur sets out on a quest for wealth with priceless ambition and a purse of gold.
Elizabeth Berrington’s credits include Absent Friends and Abigail’s Party in the West End. On television, she is currently appearing in Being Eileen on BBC1. Other credits include Sky One’s Stella, Waterloo Road on BBC1, Psychoville on BBC2 and on film, Vera Drake. Johnny Flynn has recently appeared at the Royal Court in Jerusalem and The Heretic. His other credits include Richard III and Twelfth Night at Shakespeare’s Globe & Apollo Theatre. Bill Paterson last appeared with the Royal Court in Death and the Maiden at the Duke of Yorks. Other credits include No More Shall We Part at Hampstead Theatre and Earthquakes in London at the National Theatre.