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For an hour and more, Totterwitz and fellow players Mitsou Doudeau and Cedric Michel rendered a version of Shakespeare's "The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice," with the three actors playing several of the play's charactersThe want of stage or set design allowed audience members an unimpeded appreciation of the craft of the actors, who were unencumbered by period costuming and other theatrical props.Doudeau also played the role of Desdemona, Cassio and Emilia. Michel had the roles of Othello, Roderigo and Cassio (when not sharing the stage with Othello). Though the staging of "Trois Acteurs" was more minimalist and transparent than you'd find in an elite production of "Othello" – the actors carried out their costume changes in front of their audience, for instance – the plot of Du Zieu's adaptation is not appreciably different from the standard one.
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