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Shakespeare in Love [Melbourne]




Shakespeare in Love [Melbourne]

Ticketing Information

AUSLAN-INTERPRETED SHOW


Date/Time:

Saturday August 10, 2019 - 2:00 PM

Location:

Arts Centre Melbourne, Playhouse
100 St Kilda Road
Melbourne, Victoria 3004
Australia

Tickets:

MORE INFO TO COME

Interpreter:

Linda D'Ornay & Megan Bushby

Language/ Cultural Consultant:

Marnie Kerridge

Website:

https://www.mtc.com.au/plays-and-tickets/season-2019/shakespeare-in-love/



About the Show

AUSLAN TICKET BOOKINGS:

Please contact via info@mtc.com.au or 03 8688 0800, or Arts Centre Melbourne on 03 9281 8000 (TTY 03 9281 8441), to ensure you are seated accordingly.

 

The Oscar-winning film comes to the stage in a boisterous romantic comedy directed by the illustrious Simon Phillips (Muriel’s Wedding the Musical).

Young Will Shakespeare has a bad case of writer’s block and desperately needs a muse. His new comedy, Romeo and Ethel the Pirate’s Daughter, is less than inspired and he’s running out of time to deliver his next masterpiece. That is, until he meets Viola, and a real-life Romeo and Juliet story starts to take hold. But Viola has a secret, and this damned Romeo play is turning out to be nothing like the comedy the Queen demanded.

Shakespeare in Love won seven Oscars in 1998 when Gwyneth Paltrow and Joseph Fiennes stole our hearts on screen. Now, Tom Stoppard and Marc Norman’s Academy Award-winning script has been transformed by Lee Hall (Billy Elliot) into a side-splitting stage comedy with a stirring love story at its heart.

In a coup for MTC, this Australian Premiere production from acclaimed director Simon Phillips has been specially licensed by Disney Theatrical Productions. Don’t miss this unique theatrical event, which guarantees a rollicking night of romance and backstage fun, with lavish musical accompaniment.

Originally produced on the West End by Disney Theatrical Productions & Sonia Friedman Productions, directed by Declan Donnellan, and designed by Nick Ormerod.