1st Night Photos: Goold Marks Decade at Docks
Date: 9 September 2011
Writers including Christopher Shinn, Lynn Nottage, John Logan and historian Simon Schama have collaborated with director Rupert Goold and Headlong Theatre to create Decade, the company's site-specific response to the legacy of the September 11 attacks, which opened at a disused office building at St Katherine Docks last night (9 September 2011, previews from 1 September).
The cast includes Tobias Menzies, Charlotte Randle, Cat Simmons, Lia Williams, Jonathan Bonnici, Leila Crerar, Kevin Harvey, Tom Hodgkins, Samuel James, Arinze Kene, Amy Lennox and Claire Prempeh.
Playrights Abi Morgan, Samuel Adamson, Mike Bartlett and Alecky Blythe have also worked on the production, which is billed as a "thrillingly imaginative investigation" into the legacy of the September 11 attacks, and continues until 15 October.
TO SCROLL THROUGH ALL OF DECADE's 1st NIGHT PHOTOS,
JUST CLICK ON THE "NEXT >" LINKS BELOW THE FOLLOWING FRAME.
PHOTOS BY DAN WOOLLER FOR WHATSONSTAGE.COM.
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