Mary Stuart

West End & Broadway

Producer & General Manager


Photographer Joan Marcus
Photographer Joan Marcus
Photographer Joan Marcus
Photographer Joan Marcus
Photographer Joan Marcus

The Donmar Warehouse production of Friedrich Schiller’s Mary Stuart, in a new version by Peter Oswald, transferred to the Apollo Theatre on 19 October 2005, where it played until 14 January 2006. Starring Janet McTeer as Mary Queen of Scots and Harriet Walter as Elizabeth I, the production was directed by Phyllida Lloyd, with set design by Anthony Ward, lighting design by Hugh Vanstone, sound design by Paul Arditti and casting by Anne McNulty CDG. The production subsequently transferred to Broadway, for a limited engagement at the Broadhurst Theatre from 19 April to 16 August 2009.

The Donmar Warehouse production of Mary Stuart was presented in the West End by Arielle Tepper, Act Productions, Neal Street Productions and Matthew Byam Shaw. The production at the Broadhurst Theatre was presented by Arielle Tepper Madover, Debra Black, Neal Street Productions/Matthew Byam Shaw, Scott Delman, Barbara Whitman, Jean Doumanian/Ruth Hendel, David Binder/CarlWend Productions/Spring Sirkin and Daryl Roth/James L. Nederlander/Chase Mishkin.

“Walter gives a masterclass in the art of acting… McTeer supplies a matchingly subtle and commanding performance” The Telegraph

“Lloyd’s directorial decisions are bold and entirely persuasive… the cast does not have a weak link” The Independent