According to the Daily Mail, Fiona Shaw and dancer Daniel Hay-Gordon are set to perform Samuel Taylor Coleridge's poem "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" at the Old Vic Tunnels from Jan. 4.
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Produced by the Young Vic and previously seen at the Athens and Epidaurus Festival in August, the piece will be directed by Phyllida Lloyd and choreographed by Kim Brandstrup.
Shaw recently appeared in the West End's Scenes From An Execution at The National Theatre. She starred alongside Alan Rickman in John Gabriel Borkman at Dublin's Abbey Theatre (which later transferred to NYC's BAM). Her other UK stage appearances include The Waste Land, London Assurance, Hedda Gabler, The Good Woman of Szechuan, Mother Courage and Her Children, Richard II, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, Electra, Happy Days, The Taming of the Shrew, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, As You Like It, Machinal and many more.
She has also been seen in the New York world premiere production My Life as a Fairy Tale and Medea on Broadway. Shaw is well known for her portrayal of 'Petunia Dursley' in the Harry Potter films, as well as her role as 'Marnie Stonebrook' in HBO's "True Blood".
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