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The Two Gentlemen of Verona

A moved reading at The University of Western Australia [Cancelled. May be rescheduled]

Due to inclement weather, this moved reading has been rescheduled for 25 July.

 

The Two Gentlemen of Verona, by William Shakespeare
 

Date and Time: Audition: Sunday 6 June, 12:00pm; Performance: Sunday 25 July 2021, 7:30pm
Venue: The New Fortune Theatre, Ground Floor, Arts Building, The University of Western Australia
Enquiries: anna.quercia-thomas@research.uwa.edu.au
Registration: Participants and spectators of all ages are welcome. There will be sitting space on the steps so bring a cushion for comfort!

Director: Anna Quercia-Thomas

One of Shakespeare's first plays and a comedy about romance, bromance, and societal breakdown. This event will involve a first read through of the play that will function as an informal audition for the moved reading which will take place on 20 June. The reading itself will be a fun and relaxed exploration of the text, characters, and some important themes, as well as an opportunity to perform at the New Fortune Theatre.

If you are interested in being part of this, please come along and join us!

This will be the first moved reading in the New Fortune Theatre Project organised by the Graduate Dramatic Society of Western Australia (GRADS), which aims to develop a vibrant community of artist practitioners and academics that can begin to more fully realise the New Fortune Theatre as a performance, laboratory and research space. For more details on the New Fortune Theatre Project visit the project's Facebook Page.

Audition

Informal auditions will be held on Sunday 6 June (at 12:00pm) at the New Fortune Theatre, with anyone who is interested invited to come along. More details about the Audition please visit the Facebook Event Page.

 

Performance

The moved reading will take place on Sunday 25 of July (at 7:30pm) in the New Fortune Theatre. For more event details, please visit the Facebook event page.

Spectators are welcome!

This event is supported by the Graduate Dramatic Society of Western Australia (GRADS), Medieval and Early Modern Studies at UWA and the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions (CHE).