Sep 23, 2015 · With Hugh Quarshie, Joanna Vanderham, Lucian Msamati, Ayesha Dharker. Vengeful Iago seeks to bring down the general Othello, his Lieutenant and his wife in this RSC production of Shakespeare's tragedy.
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Mar 15, 2016 · Photograph of Hugh Quarshie and Lucian Msamati in Othello, 2015 In the RSC’s ground-breaking production of Othello, the Moor and his ensign were both played by black actors – Hugh Quarshie as Othello and Lucian Msamati as Iago. View images from this item (1) Usage terms © Donald Cooper / Photostage
Jun 12, 2015 · Hugh Quarshie is an excellent Othello torn between ancient loyalties and his assimilationist position, between his aching love for Desdemona and his easily fostered insecurity. My one cavil is that...
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Hugh Quarshie is an excellent Othello torn between ancient loyalties and his assimilationist position, between his aching love for Desdemona and his easily fostered insecurity... his strong Othello is reinforced by Lucian Msamati's outstanding Iago.
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Jun 10, 2015 · The RSC’s new production of Shakespeare’s tragedy has a black Iago in Lucian Msamati while Hugh Quarshie is battling with the lead role of the wise yet murderous Moor. But is the play even about...
Oct 24, 2014 · Hugh Quarshie In 2015 Hugh Quarshie will at last be taking on the role of Othello. It’s been a long wait: having played a whole series of Shakespeare’s characters in the 1980s and 1990s, from the predictable Aaron in Titus Andronicus, through Hotspur, Tybalt, Banquo and Mark Antony, it looked as if Othello would inevitably be next.
In his essay “Second Thoughts About Othello” Hugh Quarshie examined Shakespeare’s presentation of the Moor and came to the conclusion that, It is his credulity which diminishes Othello as a tragic hero and therefore diminishes the tragic effect.
Hugh Quarshie was born on December 22, 1954 in Accra, Ghana as Hugh Antony Kobna Quarshie. He is an actor and director, known for Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999), Highlander (1986) and Nightbreed (1990). He is married to Annika Sundström. See full bio »
- Actor, Director
- December 22, 1954
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