Other highlights include the stage adaptation of classic sitcom Yes, Prime Minister, starring Henry Goodman and David Haig, and revivals of Pygmalion, starring Rupert Everett, and Ibsen\'s The Master Builder, in a new translation by David Edgar.
The 2010 season will also see a production of Broadway classic musical 42nd Street directed by Leicester Curve artistic director Paul Kerryson, and a double-bill of Sheridan\'s The Critic and Stoppard\'s The Real Inspector Hound, directed by Chichester artistic director Jonathan Church. The venue\'s biggest hit of last year - Enron - will return for a short run in September.
According to press material: \"With the possibility of the country emerging from the shadow of the recession, a sense of optimism is reflected in Chichester’s Festival 2010 season. The productions include satirical comedies, sumptuous dramas and a classic musical celebrating the glamour of Broadway.\"
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