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Power is a play by the British playwright Nick Dear. It is set in the court of King Louis XIV of France. It deals with the intrigue and tension of the court and explores the events and ideas that led Luis XIV to take full control of government and become an absolute monarch.
- Jean-Baptiste Colbert – Stephen Boxer
- Anne of Austria – Barbara Jefford
- Nicolas Fouquet – Robert Lindsay
- Louise de la Valliere – Hattie Morahan
- Louis XIV – Rupert Penry-Jones
- Philippe I, Duke of Orléans – Jonathan Slinger
- Henriette d'Angleterre – Geraldine Somerville
More recently, Power was performed by the Putney Arts Theatre Company at Putney Arts Theatre in February 2006, and the Lace Market Theatre in Nottingham between 17 and 22 July 2006. Power was premiered in the Finnish National Theatre (Kansallisteatteri) 6 September 2006. It has also been produced at theatres in Portugal (Teatro Municipal de Almada), Poland and Hungary.
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