Photograph of Christian Camargo in The Tempest directed by Sam Mendes, 2010


The 2010 production of The Tempest was directed by Sam Mendes as part of The Bridge Project, a collaboration between American and British actors, at The Old Vic, London. This photograph depicts Christian Camargo as Ariel.

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Photograph of Christian Camargo in The Tempest directed by Sam Mendes at The Old Vic Theatre, 2010
23 June 2010 , London
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Donald Cooper [photographer]
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