Kate Kendall (just before rushing off to the Logies) and the French Consul-General Myriam Boisbouvier-Wylie launching the Stork Theatre publication ‘The Red and the Black and other French Plays”, translated and adapted by Colin Duckworth.
APRIL: THE ODYSSEY
Two exciting sessions of performance/readings and explorations of Homer’s ODYSSEY with Melbourne’s leading classics experts and theatre artists. Dr Heather Sebo will tell you why THE ODYSSEY is the first epic journey of discovery in the West, “the human spirit on fire”… Phil-Cameron Smith will become Odysseus (Ulysses), the heroic adventurer searching for home.
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Join Stork Theatre and Dr Heather Sebo in sailing the Mediterranean – let us lure you to the heart of Western civilisation… follow in the footsteps of Odysseus and the famous journey which took him from The Trojan War to his home, the island of Ithaka.
On tour we will visit places that Odysseus walked. SEE WHATS ON FOR DETAILS.
Everyone had lots of fun at our 30th Anniversary Picnic Concert at the Fairfield Amphitheatre – our very first theatre. Thank you all for your wonderful support in 2013. We will be announcing our 2014 show soon…
We are thrilled to announce that Greg Carroll’s THE PENELOPIAD made No. 9 in Melbourne’s TIME OUT 10 Best Shows of 2013! SAVAGES No 1, KING KONG was No. 3 and EINSTEIN ON THE BEACH was No. 6.
Also, The Age noted 2013 was a “dynamic year” for Melbourne independent theatre: