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The Pride (play)

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The Pride
Written byAlexi Kaye Campbell
Characters3 male, 1 female (all doubling)
Date premiered2008
Royal Court Theatre, London
Original languageEnglish

The Pride is a British drama by Alexi Kaye Campbell that counterpoints two parallel love stories.


In 2008 The Pride premiered at the Royal Court Theatre to critical acclaim, winning the Laurence Olivier Award under the direction of Jamie Lloyd and starring Bertie Carvel, J. J. Feild and Lyndsey Marshal.[1] [2]

It made its US premiere Off-broadway in the MCC Theater production at the Lucille Lortel Theatre in February 2010 starring Hugh Dancy, Andrea Riseborough and Ben Whishaw and directed by Joe Mantello.[3][4] The play was nominated for the 2010 Drama League Award, Outstanding Production of a Play and 2010 Outer Critics Circle Award, Outstanding New Off-Broadway Play.[5]

In 2012 The Pride made its Australian debut at Red Stitch Actors Theatre, starring Lyall Brooks, Ben Geurens and Ngaire Dawn Fair under Gary Abrahams' direction.

The play was revived in London at Trafalgar Studios in 2013.[6]

The play was produced in Seoul, South Korea at the Art One Theater in 2014, directed by Kim Dong-yeon.[7]

Cast and characters

Character Original Cast, 2008 Original New York Cast, 2010 Original Australian Cast, 2012 Revival London Cast, 2013 Original Korean Cast, 2014
Director Jamie Lloyd Joe Mantello Gary Abrahams Jamie Lloyd Kim Dong-yeon
Philip J. J. Feild Hugh Dancy Lyall Brooks Harry Hadden-Paton Lee Myung-hang

Jung Sang-yun

Oliver Bertie Carvel Ben Whishaw Ben Geurens Al Weaver Oh Jong-hyuk

Park Eun-suk

Sylvia Lyndsey Marshal Andrea Riseborough Ngaire Dawn Fair Hayley Atwell Kim So-jin

Kim Ji-hyun

The Man/Peter/The Doctor Tim Steed Adam James Ben Prendergast Mathew Horne Kim Jong-gu

Choi Dae-hun


  1. ^ "The Pride Royal Court", retrieved 12 June 2019
  2. ^ Spencer, Charles. " 'The Pride' at the Royal Court Theatre Upstairs" Telegraph, 2 December 2008
  3. ^ Fullerton, Krissie. "PHOTO CALL: 'The Pride' Opens Off-Broadway" Playbill, February 17, 2010
  4. ^ "Due to Ticket Demand, MCC Extends The Pride by One Week", 17 February 2010
  5. ^ " 'The Pride' Off-Broadway" Internet Off-Broadway Database, retrieved 12 June 2019
  6. ^ "Theatre of the week: 'The Pride', Trafalgar Studios, London SW1" Independent, 30 August 2013
  7. ^ Kwon Mee-yoo. " 'The Pride' counterpoints sexual minority in 1950s and 2010s" Korea Times, 29 September 2014

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