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King Lear (Remounted Season)

fortyfivedownstairs 45 Flinders LaneMelbourne,

Melbourne Shakespeare Company’s moving contemporary adaptation of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy – King Lear is a tender, violent, and intimate exploration of old age portrayed in all its vulnerability, pride, folly and wisdom. King Lear sees two ageing fathers – one King, one courtier – misjudge the loyalty of their children, catapulting them both into a

$45
Recurring

King Lear (Remounted Season)

fortyfivedownstairs 45 Flinders LaneMelbourne,

Melbourne Shakespeare Company’s moving contemporary adaptation of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy – King Lear is a tender, violent, and intimate exploration of old age portrayed in all its vulnerability, pride, folly and wisdom. King Lear sees two ageing fathers – one King, one courtier – misjudge the loyalty of their children, catapulting them both into a

$45
Recurring

King Lear (Remounted Season)

fortyfivedownstairs 45 Flinders LaneMelbourne,

Melbourne Shakespeare Company’s moving contemporary adaptation of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy – King Lear is a tender, violent, and intimate exploration of old age portrayed in all its vulnerability, pride, folly and wisdom. King Lear sees two ageing fathers – one King, one courtier – misjudge the loyalty of their children, catapulting them both into a

$45
Recurring

King Lear (Remounted Season)

fortyfivedownstairs 45 Flinders LaneMelbourne,

Melbourne Shakespeare Company’s moving contemporary adaptation of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy – King Lear is a tender, violent, and intimate exploration of old age portrayed in all its vulnerability, pride, folly and wisdom. King Lear sees two ageing fathers – one King, one courtier – misjudge the loyalty of their children, catapulting them both into a

$45
Recurring

King Lear (Remounted Season)

fortyfivedownstairs 45 Flinders LaneMelbourne,

Melbourne Shakespeare Company’s moving contemporary adaptation of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy – King Lear is a tender, violent, and intimate exploration of old age portrayed in all its vulnerability, pride, folly and wisdom. King Lear sees two ageing fathers – one King, one courtier – misjudge the loyalty of their children, catapulting them both into a

$45
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Still by Jen Silverman

fortyfivedownstairs 45 Flinders LaneMelbourne,

In this poetic, frequently hilarious and sometimes absurd rumination on motherhood, three women are drawn together by an unlikely catalyst. Morgan (Joanne Booth) has recently given birth, assisted by a midwife (Elisa Armstrong), and at the same time young Dolores (Sara Bolch) finds herself connected to the women in a way she cannot fully understand.

$45
Recurring

Still by Jen Silverman

fortyfivedownstairs 45 Flinders LaneMelbourne,

In this poetic, frequently hilarious and sometimes absurd rumination on motherhood, three women are drawn together by an unlikely catalyst. Morgan (Joanne Booth) has recently given birth, assisted by a midwife (Elisa Armstrong), and at the same time young Dolores (Sara Bolch) finds herself connected to the women in a way she cannot fully understand.

$45
Recurring

Still by Jen Silverman

fortyfivedownstairs 45 Flinders LaneMelbourne,

In this poetic, frequently hilarious and sometimes absurd rumination on motherhood, three women are drawn together by an unlikely catalyst. Morgan (Joanne Booth) has recently given birth, assisted by a midwife (Elisa Armstrong), and at the same time young Dolores (Sara Bolch) finds herself connected to the women in a way she cannot fully understand.

$45
Recurring

Still by Jen Silverman

fortyfivedownstairs 45 Flinders LaneMelbourne,

In this poetic, frequently hilarious and sometimes absurd rumination on motherhood, three women are drawn together by an unlikely catalyst. Morgan (Joanne Booth) has recently given birth, assisted by a midwife (Elisa Armstrong), and at the same time young Dolores (Sara Bolch) finds herself connected to the women in a way she cannot fully understand.

$45
Recurring

Still by Jen Silverman

fortyfivedownstairs 45 Flinders LaneMelbourne,

In this poetic, frequently hilarious and sometimes absurd rumination on motherhood, three women are drawn together by an unlikely catalyst. Morgan (Joanne Booth) has recently given birth, assisted by a midwife (Elisa Armstrong), and at the same time young Dolores (Sara Bolch) finds herself connected to the women in a way she cannot fully understand.

$45
Recurring

Still by Jen Silverman

fortyfivedownstairs 45 Flinders LaneMelbourne,

In this poetic, frequently hilarious and sometimes absurd rumination on motherhood, three women are drawn together by an unlikely catalyst. Morgan (Joanne Booth) has recently given birth, assisted by a midwife (Elisa Armstrong), and at the same time young Dolores (Sara Bolch) finds herself connected to the women in a way she cannot fully understand.

$45
Recurring

Still by Jen Silverman

fortyfivedownstairs 45 Flinders LaneMelbourne,

In this poetic, frequently hilarious and sometimes absurd rumination on motherhood, three women are drawn together by an unlikely catalyst. Morgan (Joanne Booth) has recently given birth, assisted by a midwife (Elisa Armstrong), and at the same time young Dolores (Sara Bolch) finds herself connected to the women in a way she cannot fully understand.

$45
Recurring

Still by Jen Silverman

fortyfivedownstairs 45 Flinders LaneMelbourne,

In this poetic, frequently hilarious and sometimes absurd rumination on motherhood, three women are drawn together by an unlikely catalyst. Morgan (Joanne Booth) has recently given birth, assisted by a midwife (Elisa Armstrong), and at the same time young Dolores (Sara Bolch) finds herself connected to the women in a way she cannot fully understand.

$45
Recurring

Still by Jen Silverman

fortyfivedownstairs 45 Flinders LaneMelbourne,

In this poetic, frequently hilarious and sometimes absurd rumination on motherhood, three women are drawn together by an unlikely catalyst. Morgan (Joanne Booth) has recently given birth, assisted by a midwife (Elisa Armstrong), and at the same time young Dolores (Sara Bolch) finds herself connected to the women in a way she cannot fully understand.

$45
Recurring

Still by Jen Silverman

fortyfivedownstairs 45 Flinders LaneMelbourne,

In this poetic, frequently hilarious and sometimes absurd rumination on motherhood, three women are drawn together by an unlikely catalyst. Morgan (Joanne Booth) has recently given birth, assisted by a midwife (Elisa Armstrong), and at the same time young Dolores (Sara Bolch) finds herself connected to the women in a way she cannot fully understand.

$45