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The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) has criticised TV listing as "unacceptable" and "disgusting" after he described the occupation of one of his productions such as "garishly diverse".
The piece appeared in the Sunday Times preview before a screening of Macbeth on Bbc Four .
you said that the game was "less garishly diverse in casting than last Sunday Romeo and Juliet".
The Sunday Times has apologized for what was said to be a production error.
In a statement, the RSC said it was "shocked and appalled" at the language.
He said: "John Dugdale preview Polly Findlay 2018 RSC production of "Macbeth", describing it as "less garishly diverse in casting' as Erica Whyman's production of" Romeo and Juliet in the previous week.
"How deliberate and offensive use of language clearly shows the prejudice and devalued people, in this case, specifically the devaluation of The Work of the RSC artists. "Andrew French played Friar Laurence in 2018, the production
In a statement, said a Sunday Times spokesman: "We regret the fact that an inappropriate reference appeared in our review of Macbeth. It has been removed from our online edition. "
RSC productions have been broadcast as part of BBC culture in quarantine project with the aim to bring art and culture to the people in the houses during the coronavirus Lockdown .