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On this page you can view production photographs. Either select from the Years/Cycles drop-down menu, or type in your search terms into the text box (or combine the two). Search terms are treated as names of performers and characters; you can restrict it to one or the other with the Players/Roles filters. In the Players search, a single word can be either a first-name or a surname, but two words will be treated as a name-surname pair. You can also use the = sign to look for a particular performer as a particular character, for example: 'Joe Bloggs=Herod'. The 'Moral status' filter applies to roles but works with player searches to limit the results accordingly. More exciting filters may be added from time to time.
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