Michael Pennington
Michael Pennington
Natasha Parry and Michael Pennington will star in Theatre for a New Audience's presentation of the C.I.C.T. / Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord production of Love Is My Sin, to run March 25-April 17 at The Duke on 42nd Street. Peter Brook serves as adaptor and director of the production.

In Love, Brook has adapted the sonnets of William Shakespeare to tell the story of two lovers, tracing an arc of jealousy, guilt, adoration, and anguish. The production will also feature Franck Krawczyk, playing the music of Louis Couperin on keyboard and accordion.

Parry, Brook's wife and long-time collaborator, has appeared in productions of The Tempest, Orghast, Timon of Athens, Conference of the Birds, Hippolytus, Electra, Mme de Sade, and Children of the Sun, among others.

Pennington was co-founder of the English Shakespeare Company where he played title roles in Coriolanus, Henry V, Macbeth and Richard II, as well as Leontes in The Winter's Tale. Among his other credits are Little Nell, Nathan the Wise, The Entertainer, John Gabriel Borkman and The Madness of George III.

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