Ellen McDougall makes her directorial debut at the Globe in Shakespeare's tale of romance and redemption.
Rosalind is the daughter of the banished Duke Senior. Disguised as a boy named Ganymede, Rosalind meets Orlando, who has also fled to the forest to escape his oppressive brother. Despite being in disguide, Rosalind tutors Orlando on how to win her heart, while also trying to navigate the affections of other suitors.
Following her acclaimed production of 'Othello' at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse in 2017, Ellen McDougall directs this production - her first at Shakespeare's Globe.