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Hydra (following the QTC Cheese & Wine Community Event) [Queensland]




Hydra (following the QTC Cheese & Wine Community Event) [Queensland]

Ticketing Information

AUSLAN-INTERPRETED SHOW


Date/Time:

Monday March 18, 2019 - 6:30 PM

Location:

Bille Brown Studio, Queensland Theatre Company
78 Montague Road
South Brisbane, 4101
Australia

Tickets:

Interpreter:

Megan Bytheway & Maree Madden

Language/ Cultural Consultant:

Bobbie Blackson

Website:

http://www.queenslandtheatre.com.au/Whats-on/2019



About the Show

 

SPECIAL VIP EVENT FOR DEAF COMMUNITY

From 5:30pm-6:15pm, you are invited to a cheese and wine community event, before HYDRA starts.
See video above, or read your invitation here: QLD QTC Auslan VIP Invite HYDRA

PLEASE RSVP  FOR CATERING AND SEATING:

  • Email to : info@auslanstageleft.com.au
  • Please RSVP for wine and cheese evening and tell us if you want to see HYDRA for $11.00
    (You can pay at the door on the night, but please RSVP so we can reserve your seat).
    Thank you!

All Deaf, Hard of Hearing & Auslan community are welcome!

 

ABOUT THE SHOW:

THE TRUE LOVE STORY OF CHARMIAN CLIFT, GEORGE JOHNSTON AND MY BROTHER JACK
They were writers, dreamers and free spirits. In the 1950s, Australian authors Charmian Clift and George Johnston fled halfway across the world to the idyllic Greek island of Hydra, determined to carve out a bohemian living as artists.As they revel in their picturesque community, far off the world’s literary map, inspiration for the great Australian work strikes. But a manyheaded monster of jealousy, infidelity, illness and alcoholism also rises from the crystal blue waters of their sun-kissed island home.Award-winning Sue Smith weaves the original writings of two of Australia’s literary icons into a moving relationship drama. She conjures the passion and intensity of the near mythical ‘King and Queen of Hydra’ as they follow their dream, only to end up in a Greek tragedy of their own making.

Queensland Theatre Premiere
Cast Includes Ray Chong Nee, Tiffany Lyndall-Knight, Anna McGahan, Nathan O’Keefe, Hugh Parker, Bryan Probets
Designer Vilma Mattila
Lighting Designer Nigel Levings
Composer/Sound Designer Quentin Grant
Information for SchoolsAccessibilityAuslan Interpreted Mon 18 Mar, 6.30pm

Play Briefing 

Mon 4 Mar, 6pm
Bille Brown Theatre

QT Club 

Sat 16 Mar, 2pm

Night with the Artists 

Mon 18 Mar, 6.30pm