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When Thou Art King (1972)

A play by John Barton, adapted from William Shakespeare's Henry IV, Parts I and II, performed at the Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh, from 1-4 May 1972, then as part of the British Council Tour of the Far East, from 8 May - 8 July 1972.

Cast included: Zo Wanamaker (Lady Percy/Doll Tearsheet)

Notes

When Thou Art King was performed alongside another Royal Lyceum Theatre Company production, The Birthday Party.  Following the preview performances in Edinburgh, the productions toured Hong Kong, the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Borneo, and Thailand. 

Zoe had previously worked with the Royal Lyceum Theatre Company on The Cherry Orchard, Dick Whittington, and The Hostage.


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