The Madness of George III

The Madness Of George III

The Madness of George III

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The Madness of George III is a 1991 play by Alan Bennett. It is a fictionalised biographical study of the latter half of the reign of George III of Great Britain, his battle with mental illness and the inability of his court to handle his condition. It was adapted for film in 1994 as The Madness of King George.

Performance History

The play had its premiere on 28 November 1991 at the Lyttelton Theatre of the National Theatre in London. It was directed by Nicholas Hytner and designed by Mark Thompson. The play starred Nigel Hawthorne as George III, Janet Dale as Queen Charlotte and Michael Fitzgerald as the Prince of Wales, also starring Julian Wadham, Charles Kay, Adrian Scarborough, Mark Lockyer and David Henry.

After its London run, the production toured the UK and the USA, returned to the National Theatre in 1993 and was then presented in Athens and Israel in 1994.

The play was staged at the Lowell Davies Festival Theatre in San Diego, CA June 19 - September 24, 2010.


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