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Curtin’s Performance Studies and the Hayman Theatre Company present their production of Orlando.

Event details

Enjoy Curtin’s Performance Studies students’ production of Orlando from 29 April – 3 May at Hayman Theatre.

Date
29 April - 3 May 2014
Time
7 pm sharp
Venue
Hayman Theatre Upstairs, Building 102, Curtin University, Bentley Campus
Cost
$15 Standard, $12 Concession/Curtin staff/Curtin students
A butterfly on a light blue background

A play about love, liberation and art, Orlando is also a pseudo-biography of Woolf’s cross-dressing lover, the poet Vita Sackville-West. Beginning as a young male aristocrat and would-be writer, the lead character Orlando moves from the 16th, to the 17th, through the 18th, 19th and into the 20th century, transforming into a woman along the way. A fantastical fable about love, time and what it is to be a writer, Orlando is about how we live in time and time lives in us and how our gender defines us and we define it.

Directed by: Leah Mercer

Cast: Beth Tremlett, Mahalia Bowles, Declan Brown, Eleanor Davidson, Emily Matthews, Bubble Maynard, Daniel Suetto, Emily Hughes, Amanda King, Carlin Monteiro, Miarka Rogers and AJ Shugrue

Bookings: 9266 2383 or L.Brennan@curtin.edu.au

Advance ticket purchases: purchase through Curtin ePay

 

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