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5 – 28 Sep 2013

THE CAST ADAM BEST  | RASKOLNIKOV Theatre credits include: Public Enemy (Young Vic); The Woman in Black (Fortune Theatre); Our Country’s Good, Journey’s End (The Original Theatre Co.); The Golden Dragon (Actors Touring Company); Pieces of Vincent (Arcola Theatre); By the Bog of Cats (Wyndham’s Theatre), Truckstop (Company of Angels). TV credits include: Holby City, Silent Witness, Waking the Dead, The Catherine Tate Show (BBC). Film credits include: Blooded (Magma Pictures) and Cupcake (Northern Ireland Screen).

MABEL CLEMENTS  |  NASTASYA / LIZAVETA / AMALIA Mabel trained at Guildhall School of Music & Drama, London. Theatre credits include: A Doll’s House (Young Vic); Angus, Thongs and Even More Snogging (West Yorkshire Playhouse). Theatre credits whilst training include: The House of Atreus, Dear Brutus, DNA (GSMD). TV credits include: Doctors (BBC). Film credits include: The Window (Adam Morse). Radio credits include: Beware of Pity (Pier Productions for BBC Radio 4). Voiceover work for TV and film includes: My Week With Marilyn, Skyfall, Harry Potter 4, 5 and 6 and The Chronicles of Narnia.

GEORGE COSTIGAN  |  PORFIRY PETROVICH / MARMELADOV This is George’s second appearance at the Citizens Theatre. Other stage roles in Scotland include George in John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men (The King’s Theatre, Edinburgh), Trust Byron at the 1998 Edinburgh Festival Fringe (nominated for Best Actor), Claudius in Calixto Bietio’s production of Hamlet at the 2006 Festival and David Harrower’s Blackbird at the Tron in 2011. Film credits include: The Hawk, starring Helen Mirren and directed by David Hayman, which premiered at the GFT. George also compered three nights of freestyle wrestling in Aberdeen.

AMIERA DARWISH  | DUNYA Amiera has recently graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Theatre credits include: Glasgow Girls (National Theatre of Scotland); One Night In Iran (Oràn Mór) The Track of The Cat (BearPlate Productions). TV and Film credits include: The Tunnel (Kudos/Sky); Waterloo Road (Shed Town/BBC); Casualty (BBC); Scots Squad; Clyde Valley Wars (Comedy Unit/BBC); The Pursuit (Pursuit Films Ltd); Strange Places (BoarderBayne Productions). Radio credits include: The Sensitive: Queen of the Dead (BBC Scotland). Amiera was nominated for a BAFTA New Talent Award for her performance in Strange Places.

CHRIS DONALD  |  SKABICHEVSKY / LEBEZYATNIKOV Chris is currently Actor Intern at the Citizens Theatre and a recent graduate of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Theatre credits include: King Lear, The Land of the Great Big Dogs (Citizens Theatre); Eight (Tron Theatre); Fleeto (Tramway). Theatre credits whilst training include: The Possibilities, Beauty and the Beast, Tartuffe, Romeo and Juliet, Mourning Becomes Electra, Three Sisters (RCS). Film credits include: The Students of Springfield Street (Futurist Film Ltd). Chris was recently awarded the James Bridie Medal from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in 2013.

CATE HAMER  |  ALYONA / PULKHERIA / KATERINA / DARYA Theatre credits include: The Heretic, Arcadia, Rock ‘n’ Roll, Larkin with Women, Beyond Belief (Library Theatre, Manchester); Way Upstream, The Country, Indian Ink (Salisbury Playhouse); Brighton Beach Memoirs, The Beauty Queen of Leenane (Watford Palace Theatre); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare’s Globe); Scenes from an Execution (Hackney Empire); A House of Correction (The Wrestling School); A Conversation, Across Oka, Rafts and Dreams (Royal Exchange, Manchester); The Swing of Things (Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough); Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Old Vic, Bristol); As You Like It (Playhouse Theatre, Nottingham); Doña Rosita The Spinster, The Tower, Volpone (Almeida Theatre); Burn This (Plymouth Theatre Royal); The Aspern Papers (Citizens Theatre); Machinal (Royal National Theatre); The Tempest, The Love of the Nightingale, Mary

and Lizzie (Royal Conservatoire Scotland). TV credits include: The Town (Big Talk Productions); Without Motive (ITV); Holby City, Doctors, Casualty, When I’m 64, Inspector Lynley Mysteries, The Rainbow (BBC). Short film: Chubby Bunny (Turtle Canyon Media). Radio credits include: Dracula, Pride and Prejudice, The Diary of Samuel Pepys, Tartuffe (Independent Radio Drama).

JESSICA HARDWICK  | SONYA Jessica is currently Actor Intern at the Citizens Theatre, having recently graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Theatre credits whilst training include: The Possibilities, Marianne in Liz Lochheads’s Tartuffe and Viola in Twelfth Night (RCS). Jessica was also a participant in The Sam Wanamaker Festival at the Globe Theatre in April 2013, performing a piece from The Antipodes by Richard Brome. This will be her first professional production since graduating in July 2013.

JOHN PAUL HURLEY  |  ILYA PETROVICH Recent theatre credits include: Twelfth Night (Perth Theatre); The Dark (Imaginate); Translations (Citizens Theatre/Arches); Elizabeth, Almost by Chance a Woman (Kabosh); Much Ado About Nothing, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Comic Potential, The Odd Couple (The Byre); Hamlet, Junk, Twelfth Night (Brunton); The Anatomist (Royal Lyceum); The Scaldie Hoose (Theatre Workshop); Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme (Dundee Rep). John Paul has also recorded over 30 radio plays for the BBC. Recent TV credits include: Rubenesque (Sky/Kudos); Peaky Blinders (BBC/Tiger Aspect); The Village, Last Tango in Halifax, South Riding, Townsville, Suspect, River City, Wallander (BBC); The Syndicate (BBC/Rollem); Exile (BBC/Red Productions); Garrows Law (BBC/Shed Media); Shameless, Longford (Channel 4); Accused (BBC/RSJ Films); Being Human (Touchpaper/BBC); Scottish Killers, Family (STV). Film credits include: Hold Back the Night (Parallax Pictures); Laid Off (Incidental/Zam Salim).

JACK LORD  |  LUZHIN / NIKOLAI Jack graduated from the University of Manchester. Theatre credits include: Cooking With Elvis (Derby Theatre); Wind In The Willows (West Yorkshire Playhouse); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Royal Court Liverpool); Twelfth Night (Chester Performs); Our Country’s Good (Original Theatre Company); Dick Turpin’s Last Ride (Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds); Hobson’s Choice, King Lear, Antony & Cleopatra, Major Barbara, A Moon For The Misbegotten (Royal Exchange, Manchester); Pictures of Clay, Quids ‘n’ Dimps (Royal Exchange Studio, Manchester); Grimm Tales, A Christmas Carol, The Glee Club (Library Theatre, Manchester); Get Carter (Red Shift Theatre Company); The Wizard of Oz (Lowry Theatre); Absurd Person Singular (Bolton Octagon); Dad’s Army on Tour (Calibre Productions); The Fisherman and His Soul (Found Theatre). TV credits include: Eternal Law (Kudos); The Street, Coronation Street, Cold Feet (Granada TV); Waterloo Road (BBC); Emmerdale (Yorkshire TV); North Square (Channel 4); Hollyoaks (Lime Pictures). Film credits include: Pierrepoint (Granada Films). Radio credits include: Flutterby, Legacy (BBC Radio 4).

OBIOMA UGOALA  | RAZUMIKHIN Obioma graduated from Drama Centre London in 2012. Theatre credits include: The Physicists (Donmar Warehouse); The Merry Wives of Windsor, The Mouse and His Child (RSC); Neighbors (Hightide/Nuffield). TV credits include: High Society’s Favourite Gigolo (Channel 4/Maroon Productions).

All other parts played by members of the Company.

CREATIVE TEAM CHRIS HANNAN  | WRITER Chris Hannan’s plays have been staged by Shakespeare’s Globe, the Old Vic, the National Theatre of Scotland and the RSC. The Evil Doers won the Time Out Award and London Fringe Award for Best Play when produced at the Bush in 1990. Shining Souls won a Scotland on Sunday Critics’ Award at the 1996 Edinburgh Festival Fringe and a Lloyds Bank Playwright of the Year nomination. The Three Musketeers and the Princess of Spain won the 2011 CATS Award for Best New Play and The God of Soho premiered at Shakespeare’s Globe in 2011. Elizabeth Gordon Quinn opened at the Traverse in 1985 and was revived by the National Theatre of Scotland in its inaugural season in 2006. His novel Missy won the Society of Authors’ 2009 McKitterick Prize for a debut.

DOMINIC HILL  | DIRECTOR Dominic Hill is Artistic Director of the Citizens Theatre. Since joining the Citizens in 2011, he has directed Far Away & Seagulls, Doctor Faustus, Sleeping Beauty, Krapp’s Last Tape and Footfalls, King Lear and Betrayal (winner of Best Director, 2012 CATS Award) for the theatre. From 2008, he was Artistic Director of the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh. Prior to this he worked at Dundee Rep where he was Associate Director and Joint Artistic Director from 2003. Other credits include Falstaff and Macbeth (Scottish Opera) and The City Madam (Royal Shakespeare Company). He has directed in theatres in London and throughout the UK.

COLIN RICHMOND  | DESIGNER Colin trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. First Class BA Hons. Linbury Prize Finalist. Colin has designed for many theatres throughout the UK and in London. Designs include: Entertaining Mr Sloane, Bad Girls: The Musical, Beautiful Thing, Breakfast with Mugabe (RSC - all West End); A Christmas Carol (Birmingham Rep); Annie, Animal Farm (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Restoration (Bristol Old Vic/Headlong Theatre); Betrayal (nominated Best Design, Scottish Critics’ Awards 2012, Citizens Theatre); Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd (nominated Best Design, Scottish Critics’ Awards 2011, Dundee Rep); Europe (Barbican); Betrayal (The Crucible, Sheffield); La Bohème (Opera Holland Park); The Three Musketeers and the Princess of Spain (ETT/Traverse); Futureproof (Traverse/Dundee Rep); Men Should Weep (National Theatre of Scotland); James and the Giant Peach (national tour); Titus Andronicus (RSC). Future work includes: Wendy and Peter Pan, Taming of the Shrew (RSC); Pressure (Chichester Festival Theatre/Royal Lyceum); Sweeney Todd (WYP/Royal Exchange, Manchester/Welsh National Opera).

CHRIS DAVEY  |  LIGHTING DESIGNER Chris has designed extensively for Royal National Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Company, Shared Experience, Royal Court, Royal Exchange Manchester, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Birmingham Rep and Hampstead Theatre. He has won three CATS in Scotland Best Design Awards for Anna Karenina at the Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh, and Beauty and the Beast and Peer Gynt at Dundee Rep. He also won the TMA Best Lighting Design for Dial M for Murder (West Yorkshire Playhouse) and Beyond the Horizon (Royal & Derngate, Northampton). Recent theatre designs in Scotland include: Betrayal (Citizens Theatre); Takin’ Over the Asylum (Citizens Theatre/Royal Lyceum); Beauty and the Beast, The Lieutenant of Inishmore (Royal Lyceum); Anna Karenina (Dundee Rep); The Last Witch, Three Thousand Troubled Threads (Edinburgh International Festival); The Three Musketeers and the Princess of Spain, Pornography (Traverse); One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Levelland (Assembly Rooms); The Vagina Monologues (Edinburgh Playhouse); Matthew Bourne’s The Car Man (Edinburgh Festival Theatre) and The Lord of the Flies (Theatre Royal, Glasgow).

NIKOLA KODJABASHIA  |  COMPOSER AND SOUND DESIGNER Nikola Kodjabashia is considered to be one of the most eminent representatives of the Balkan and Eastern European musical avant-garde today. Theatre credits include: composing and conducting for Sir Peter Hall and Sir Harrison Birtwistle’s Bacchai (National Theatre), the internationally acclaimed Kafka’s Monkey (Young Vic), The Three Musketeers and the Princess of Spain (ETT/Traverse), Wajdi Mouawad’s Scorched (Old Vic), Wedding Day of the Cro Magnons (Soho Theatre/Dialogue Productions), Helter Skelter/Land of the Dead, music for Monsieur Ibrahim and the Flowers of the Qu’ran (Bush Theatre/ Dialogue Productions) and the Olivier award-winning Jonathan Kent’s production of Hecuba (Donmar Warehouse). Commissions include: scores for La Biennale di Venezia 2004, BBC Singers 2010, National Theatre 2002/3, Macedonian National Opera and Ballet 2013, Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra 2009, Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble 1999. TV and film credits include: music for the awardwinning film Defining Fay (2012), Dear Ana (2011), BBC Four TV documentary series Racism, a History (2010), BBC/Arena documentaries Saints, Dance with Me and Green Pages.

LUCIEN MACDOUGALL & BENEDICTE SEIERUP  |  MOVEMENT DIRECTORS Benedicte and Lucien both trained at Guildford School of Acting and under Jacques Lecoq in Paris. They have worked as actors, devisers, movement tutors and movement directors over several years and in many countries. They are currently movement tutors at The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.


THE CITIZENS COMPANY STAFF Amy Angus Jackie Arbuthnott Tom Arnott Lorraine Barclay Isabella Bassett Omar Bhatia David Black Harriet Bolwell Alex Brady Suzanne Brady Neil Bratchpiece Laura Briggs Marion Brochard Louise Brown Andrew Bunton Lara Carter Guy Coletta Lisa Corr Natalia Cortes Elaine G Coyle Carol Cull Maureen Dalton Lesley Davidson Denise Differ Marco Di Mario Chris Donald Miriam Sarah Doren Michael Dorrance Ann Dundas Lisa Dundas Paul Dundas Julia Easton Sophie Fernie Barry Forde Neil Francis Jacky Gardiner Harvey Gardner Vasso Georgiadou Anne Gillan Pauline Goldsmith Elly Goodman Racheal Greer Jessica Hardwick John Haughian Eleanor Harris Jamie Hayes Neil Haynes Jill Henderson

Drama Class Tutor Drama Class Assistant Front of House Front of House Front of House Front of House Front of House Front of House Box Office Supervisor / IT Box Office/Drama Class Assistant Front of House Front of House Front of House Creative Learning Officer Front of House Drama Class Assistant Sound Technician Drama Class Tutor Company Stage Manager Head of Wardrobe Housekeeper Front of House Duty Manager Head of Operations Box Office Manager Front of House Actor Internship Drama Class Assistant Deputy Head of Workshop Housekeeper Box Office Box Office/FOH Duty Manager Box Office Front of House Assistant Stage Manager Drama Class Tutor Front of House Front of House Front of House Finance Officer Front of House Community Drama Artist Front of House Actor Internship Stage Door Security Head of Development Head of Stage Head Scenic Artist Drama Class Assistant

Dominic Hill Artistic Director Guy Hollands Associate Director (Citizens Learning) Stuart Jenkins Head of LX & Sound Judith Kilvington Executive Director Jennifer Knotts Front of House Carmen Lam Development Assistant Campbell Lawrie Box Office/Drama Class Supervisor Jessie Lawson Front of House Karen Lee  Wardrobe Assistant/Dresser Robert MacFarlane Wardrobe Assistant Alison MacKinnon Head of Marketing & Communications Catherine Major Drama Class Assistant Jason McQuaide Welder/Stage Technician Catherine Major Drama Class Assistant Carly McCaig Creative Learning Assistant Morna McGeoch Drama Class Tutor Mark McGrory Front of House Michael McGurk Front of House Lawrie McInally Stage Door Administrator Lauren Macluskie Front of House Debbie Montgomery Drama Class Tutor Jim Morrison  Bar Supervisor Jacqueline Muir  Production Administrator Catriona Mullen  Front of House Jack Mullen Box Office Emily Murphy Front of House Denis Murphy Head of Workshop Keren Nicol  Senior Marketing and Press Officer Petriece O’Donnell Front of House Neil Packham Community Drama Director Marion Quinn Front of House Valerie Rickis Assistant Stage Manager Sami Sharif  Front of House Claire Sharp Wardrobe Assistant/Dresser Andy Smith Housekeeper Angela Smith Education Officer Ann Smith Housekeeper Laura Smith Deputy Head of LX & Sound Lorna Stallard Front of House Cecilia Stamp  Marketing Assistant Graham Sutherland Head of Production Chris Traquair Head Flyman/Technician Martin Travers Producer (Citizens Learning) Andrew Turner Stage Door Administrator/  Front of House Duty Manager Colin White Drama Class Tutor/Supervisor Ross Williamson  Building Supervisor

Board: Professor Adrienne Scullion (Chair), April Chamberlain, Laurence Fraser, Colum Halforty, Edward Harkins, Ryan James, Alex Reedijk and Bailie James Scanlon.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The Actor Intern positions are supported by The Robertson Scholarship Trust. All scenery, costumes and props made in the Citizens Theatre and Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh workshops. Opening Night drinks generously provided by Belhaven Brewery and Alliance Wines.

Special Thanks to: Davey Anderson, Biggars Music Store, Tom Evans, Margaret Jenkins, Chris McDougall, Hilda McGee, Piano supplied and tuned by McLarens Pianos, Roy O’Neill, Tron Theatre, Scott Twynholm.

This production is made in partnership with The Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh and Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse.

Citizens Theatre Ltd. Registered No SCO 22513 and is a Scottish Charity No. SCO 01337 Registered Office: Milne Craig, Abercorn House, 79 Renfrew Road, Paisley PA3 4DA | Cover photo by Tim Morozzo



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The John Liston Trust JTH Charitable Trust The Mackintosh Foundation The W.M. Mann Foundation The Nancie Massey Charitable Trust The Merchants House of Glasgow The Mickel Fund The Prince’s Foundation for Children and the Arts The Helen A Reid Charitable Trust The Robertson Trust The Robertson Scholarship Trust The Russell Trust The Saints & Sinners Club of Scotland The Santander Foundation The Souter Charitable Trust Strathclyde Police Community Partnership Fund The Trades House of Glasgow – Commonweal Fund The Tulip Charitable Trust The Wolfson Foundation The James Wood Bequest Fund

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