The Online Stage presents Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë.
Wuthering Heights is Emily Brontë's only novel, first published in 1847 under the pseudonym Ellis Bell. A work of considerable power and intensity set in the Yorkshire moors in the late 18th century - the bleak and wild moorland often reflected in the natures of the characters. Unsettling at times, the novel is a heady mix of gritty realism, romance, Gothic horror, and tragedy.
Jealousy, obsession, and revenge hang like a dark, brooding storm over two generations of the Linton and Earnshaw families, threatening to blight their hopes and destroy their lives.
At the center of this storm, the doomed love of Heathcliff and Catherine Earnshaw provides many passages of exquisite beauty.
- Mr. Lockwood - David Shears
- Heathcliff/Joseph - Rob Goll
- Catherine Earnshaw - Amanda Friday
- Ellen Dean - Lillian Rachel
- Hindley/Hareton Earnshaw - Andy Harrington
- Edgar Linton - Ben Lindsey-Clark
- Isabella Linton - Anna Grace
- Catherine Linton - Tiffany Halla Colonna
- Linton Heathcliff - Mark Crowle-Groves
- Zillah - Elizabeth Klett
- Dr. Kenneth - Graham Scott
- Frances Earnshaw - Amber Hegarty
- Mary - Danielle Cohen
Audio edited by Rob Goll