Posted by The Events Editorial Team
12. Jun, 2012
|June 21, 2012 5:00 am||to||June 22, 2012 5:00 am|
Bell Shakespeare is rolling the dice this June with Macbeth, the play whose name is associated with misfortune for any company that has the gall to stage it.
So far, no broken limbs or missing heads to report. What we can report is that Kate Mulvany is sumptuous and dangerous as the saucy, spot-hating Lady MacBeth, while Dan Spielman holds his own as the conflicted Scot.
With the lush production values and performances we’ve come to expect from Bell Shakespeare, The Bard’s Scottish play goes down easier than a side of haggis.
WHEN: Now until June 23
WHERE: The Arts Centre, Melbourne
A feverishly fraternal, in-your-face drama.
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Escapologist Andrew Basso is on his way, six other illusionists in tow, set to bamboozle the bajeezus out of Melbourne.
Angela Liong, the artistic director of Fire Monkey, on performing and how it encapsulates the theme of the Mapping Melbourne festival.
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