More Casting Announced for Donmar Warehouse Revival of David Greig’s Europe

London News   More Casting Announced for Donmar Warehouse Revival of David Greig’s Europe
 
Michael Longhurst marks his inaugural production as the Donmar’s incoming artistic director.
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Playwright David Greig Jenny Anderson

Further casting has been announced for the Donmar Warehouse’s 25th anniversary revival of David Greig’s Europe, which will begin previews June 20. Incoming Artistic Director Michael Longhurst directs the production, officially opening June 27.

Newly cast are Theo Barklem-Biggs (Donmar's Les Liaisons Dangereuses) as Horse, Ron Cook (Donmar and Broadway's Hamlet) as Fret, and Natalia Tena (RSC's Othello) as Katia. They join the previously announced Billy Howle as Berlin, Kevork Malikyan as Sava, Faye Marsay as Adele, Stephen Wight as Billy, and Shane Zaza as Morocco.

The production marks Longhurst’s first as the Donmar’s new artistic director, succeeding Josie Rourke.

The 1994 play, about the U.K.'s complex relationship with Europe will run through August 10.

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