All’s fair in love and war…celebrate Shakespeare’s 450th Birthday – 1564-2014 – with one of his most daring and unusual plays.
Tired of trusting to fate? Sick of the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune? Done with trusting the gods? If you want something, go out and get it.
Perhaps that’s not as easy as it sounds. But Helena, Shakespeare’s most resourceful heroine, succeeds where all else fail. She knows that luck is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration, and there are no lengths to which she will not go to win this game. If the end justifies the means, then all’s well that ends well!
“They say miracles are past…”
You’ll be surprised by Shakespeare in this rarely performed but astonishingly bold play, brought to life with the clarity and inventiveness we expect from Sport For Jove Theatre Co.
See an ‘unknown’ Shakespeare, one where you don’t know what happens next, and where fate is not written in the stars, but in the hands of an ordinary girl with a plan!
“A young man married is a man that’s marr’d…”
*Double Bill for All’s Well That Ends Well and Twelfth Night now available! Please contact the box office to purchase double bill tickets. Not available via the website.
Adult Double Bill $68
Concession Double Bill $54
WARNING: THIS PLAY CONTAINS NUDITY AND SEXUAL REFERENCES.
Directed by Damien Ryan
Original Music by Christopher Harley
Designed by Antoinette Barboutis
Movement / Fights by Kyle Rowling
Thursday 27 March @ 7.30pm
Friday 28 March @ 7.30pm
Saturday 29 March @ 2pm
Saturday 29 March @ 7.30pm
Thursday 3 April @ 7.30pm
Saturday 5 April @ 7.30pm
Tuesday 8 April @ 7.30pm
Thursday 10 April @ 7.30pm
Friday 11 April @ 7.30pm
Saturday 12 April @ 7.30pm
Stages 4 and 5 the English K–10 Historical, Humorous, Relationships, Love, Language, Character, Society, Gender, Status and Social Values