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There's still a massive inequality between the genders. If you look at the trajectory of a male actor's career, there's no hesitation or hiatus. But women after the age of 35 to 40 are rarely placed in the centre of the story.

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Spirit in The Tempest with Alan Rickman Royal Shakespeare Company (1978)
Iras/Octavia in Antony and Cleopatra with Jonathan Pryce and Patrick Stewart Royal Shakespeare Company (1978)
Whore/Nun in Measure for Measure Royal Shakespeare Company (1978)
Caroline Thompson in The Churchill Play (1978)
Aphrodite/Artemis in Hippolytus (1978)
Lovers and Kings (1978)
Widow/Curtis in The Taming of the Shrew (1978)
Yeliena in The White Guard (1978)
Miss Chasen in Once in a Lifetime (1978)
Lady Percy in Henry IV Parts 1 and 2 On Tour Royal Shakespeare Company (1980)
Hippolyta/Titania in A Midsummer Night's Dream (1981)
Susan in The Witch of Edmonton (1981)
Clara Douglas in Money with Miles Anderson (1981)
Emma and Betsy Other Worlds Royal Court Theatre London (1983)
Isabella Measure for Measure Royal Shakespeare Company Stratford Theatre (1984)
Polya Breaking the Silence Royal Shakespeare Company The Pit Theatre London (1984)
Cressida Troilus and Cressida Royal Shakespeare Company Stratford Theatre (1985)
Rosalind As You Like It Royal Shakespeare Company Stratford Theatre (1985)
Madame de Tourvel Les liaisons dangereuses Royal Shakespeare Company The Pit Theatre (1986)
Yerma Yerma National Theatre later Cottesloe Theatre both London (1987)
Hedda Hedda Gabler National Theatre later Olivier Theatre London (1989)
Fanny On the Verge Sadler's Wells Theatre London (1989)
Anna Burn This Hampstead Theatre later West End Theatre both London (1990)
Paulina Death and the Maiden Theatre Upstairs London then Royal Court Theatre (1991). It also included an interview with the director Sir Peter Hall
Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats Penguin Audiobooks 1997
The Plague Tales BDD c. In the 1987 TV film Life Story (American title The Race for the Double Helix) Stevenson played the part of scientist Rosalind Franklin for which Juliet Stevenson won a Cable Ace award.

Juliet Anne Virginia Stevenson CBE (born 30 October 1956) is an English actor of stage and screen.

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