The Donmar Warehouse's All-Female Shakespeare Trilogy: With Sheila Atim, Harriet Walter, Clare Dunne, Leah Harvey. This all-female production of Shakespeare's greatest political dramas are set in a present-day women's prison.
Following Julius Caesar and Henry IV, The Tempest completes a trilogy of Shakespeare productions directed by Phyllida Lloyd, a translatlantic project that has challenged the idea of ‘who owns Shakespeare’? Harriet Walter once again leads an all-female cast in the three productions set in a women’s prison.
27 nov 2016 · Harriet Walter is the linchpin. A riven Brutus. A desolated Henry IV. A Prospero haunted by ideas of freedom. Her face seems to have more moving parts than anyone else’s. She scarcely gestures; she...
History Theatrical producer Donald Albery formed Donmar Productions around 1953,  with the name derived from the first three letters of his name and the first three letters of his friend, ballerina Margot Fonteyne. 
The Trilogy, staged by Donmar Warehouse to great acclaim, featured an entirely female cast, with actors playing the roles of prisoners attending a drama group, performing in three of Shakespeare’s most famous plays – Julius Caesar, Henry IV and The Tempest.
23 nov 2016 · When Phyllida Lloyd’s all-female version of Julius Caesar, set in a women’s prison, premiered at the Donmar in 2012, cross-gender casting was still perceived by some as a novelty, and theatre’s...
The Donmar Warehouse's All-Female Shakespeare Trilogy. Set on an isle "full of noises", this magical production sees Harriet Walter take on the role of Prospero, in Shakespeare's evocation of the eternal struggle for liberation, morality and justice.