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Richard is King. A monarch ordained by God to lead his people.
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But he is also a man of very human weakness. A man whose vanity threatens to divide the great houses of England and drag his people into a dynastic civil war that will last years. Explore information and resources for teachers and learners on Richard II. Discover more about our previous productions of Shakespeare's Richard II.
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Porter, Eric. The production returns to the Barbican in London in January as part of the 'King and Country' history cycle of plays directed by Gregory Doran. Here we give you glimpses behind the scenes of staging a play at the RSC. As well as previously unseen photos of the production in process, you can watch the trailer, and interviews with the director, designer and actors, which give an insight into bringing a production to life at the RSC. The white hart was the personal emblem and livery of King Richard II.
Here is an image of students watching the schools broadcast in St Albans School, Birmingham. Designer's model box A model box image showing the set design by Stephen Brimson Lewis. The model box is created by the designer before the set is built, to allow the scenic workshop to envisage what the finished set should look like.
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