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Further than the Furthest Thing starring Jenna Russell – rehearsal photos

Rehearsal photos are for in Further than the Furthest Thing at The Young Vic starring Jenna Russell.

Step inside the rehearsal room of Jennifer Tang’s visionary interpretation of this haunting play, seen through the contemporary lens of globalisation and the climate emergency.

Based on real events on the island of Tristan da Cunha, the story follows a community haunted by its past and under threat from a modern world in crisis.

The productions features Gerald Kyd (The Seagull, Deep Blue Sea), Archie Madekwe (Midsommar, See), Cyril Nri (Trouble in Mind, The Barbershop Chronicles, The Bill), Kirsty Rider (The Sandman, The Doctor, Nora: A Doll’s House), Jenna Russell (Fun Home, Piaf, EastEnders) and Shapla Salique (No Boundaries).

The multi-award-winning play by Zinnie Harris (Macbeth (an undoing), This Restless House, How To Hold Your Breath) is directed by Jennifer Tang (AI, Mountains: The Dreams of Lily Kwok) and runs in the Young Vic Main House from 9 March to 29 April 2023.

The creative team is completed by Designer Soutra Gilmour, Lighting Designer Prema Mehta, Sound Designer George Dennis, Video Designer Ian William Galloway, Composer Ruth Chan, Movement Director Ingrid Mackinnon, Voice and Dialect Coach Victoria Woodward, Musical Director Michael Henry, Illusions Designer John Bulleid, Casting Director Charlotte Sutton CDG, R&D Voice and Dialect Coach Emma Woodvine, Assistant Director Tian Brown-Sampson, and Trainee Assistant Director Ozioma Ihesiene.

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📷 Main photo: (L-R) Cyril Nri, Archie Madekwe and Jenna Russell, Further than the Furthest Thing rehearsal (c) Marc Brenner


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