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Biked home last night. Caught up with Max. Finished watching Black… - A Most Illuminating Tale
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Robert Wells or Mr Waters
Date: 1.15 pm, Thursday 1st July, 2004
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Biked home last night. Caught up with Max. Finished watching Black Books 2. Attempted to record the dog song. Stayed up til three finishing Rose's birthday present.

Woke 7.50. Decided to bike into work again despite the tubes running. Pleasant discussion on the subject of Jung and fate with Meredith when explaining the mysterious marble. Have just been to drop off Rose's birthday present. I had my own private rainstorm on the way and I'm probably sunburnt from the way back.

Can anyone think of plays with a large cast, as in 10 at the very least?
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Graham
User: spencerpine
Date: 8.42 am, Thursday 1st July, 2004 (UTC)
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Urgh...Time and the Conways?

How about "The Permanent Way" by David Hare? Huge cast.
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Robert Wells or Mr Waters
User: weaselspoon
Date: 9.27 am, Thursday 1st July, 2004 (UTC)
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Characters: 36 plus extras
Cast: 9 (originally)

A Laughing Matter would probably go the same way.
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The Alchemist
User: the_alchemist
Date: 10.32 am, Thursday 1st July, 2004 (UTC)
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Richard III! And rather a lot of other Elizabethan/Jacobean plays too.
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Robert Wells or Mr Waters
User: weaselspoon
Date: 5.17 am, Friday 2nd July, 2004 (UTC)
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I think that's what they traditionally do and he'd like to break from that as all the cast will have already performed a shakespeare. It certainly has been considered.
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User: billbo
Date: 4.23 am, Saturday 3rd July, 2004 (UTC)
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12 angry men?

aprox 12 cast but all men and all angry
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