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Arsenic & Old Lace  Presented By Canberra Repertory Society
Mortimer Brewster—a theatre critic who hates theatre—has a problem: how to introduce his unconventional family to his pious fiancé. His aunts Abby and Martha Brewster seem ‘the dearest, sweetest ladies that ever walked the earth’, but they have been murdering lonely old men for years and his eccentric brother Bobby has buried them all in the cellar. Now his elder brother Jonathan—a homicidal maniac with a personal plastic surgeon—has returned and intends to carry on the “family business” from home. Arsenic and Old Lace burst onto Broadway and the West End in 1941 and has been in production somewhere in the world ever since. In 2022, Rep presents a contemporary reading of this classic. Won’t you join us in the cellar? By arrangement with Music Theatre International Australasia Pty Ltd, on behalf of Dramatist Play Service, Inc.
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Venue: Canberra REP Theatre
Date: 9 Jun - 25 Jun 2022
The Jungle Book Musical  Presented By Child Players
This original musical adaptation of The Jungle Book will be fun for the whole family and is suitable for all ages. Mowgli is a boy who was raised in the jungle by a pack of wolves who find him as a baby. Join him on an adventure of learning the ways of the jungle with his friends Bagheera the panther and Baloo the bear, laugh as he meets a group of very energetic monkeys and cheer him along as he helps the people of the village against Shere Khan the Tiger and their side kick Tabaqui the Jackal.
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Venue: Belconnen Theatre
Date: 13 Jul - 16 Jul 2022
Romeo & Juliet  Presented By Canberra Repertory Society
* (Education/Director and cast session following Preview Performance 28 July) The most impassioned of stories ever told—combining love, hate, devotion and rebellion in equal measure. Reminding us all of the audacious intensity with which we can feel for another and the heartbreak that can follow. This tale of star-crossed lovers has endured—retold, re-imagined and played many ways since it was written. Still powerful and relevant and filled with some of Shakespeare’s most memorable characters and poetry. REP’s Romeo and Juliet will be fresh for those familiar with the text and thrilling for those coming to it fresh.
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Venue: Canberra REP Theatre
Date: 28 Jul - 13 Aug 2022
Our Country's Good  Presented By Canberra Repertory Society
* (Preview Performance 7 September followed by Q & A session with the cast and director) First performed at the Royal Court, London and winner of the Olivier Play of the Year Award in 1988, this is the story of the first piece of western theatre performed in Australia. Set in 1789 in the rudimentary penal colony that became Sydney, a young lieutenant works with convicts to bring Farquhar’s The Recruiting Offcer to life under the eye of Governor Phillip. Facing opposition from colleagues and disruptions from his motley crew of actors, one of whom is about to be hanged, Lt Clark and his riotous charges learn more about the redemptive power of theatre than they ever imagined. By Arrangement with ORiGiN™ Theatrical On Behalf of Samuel French A Concord Theatricals Company.
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Venue: Canberra REP Theatre
Date: 8 Sep - 24 Sep 2022
Sense and Sensibility   Presented By Canberra Repertory Society
* (Education/Director, Cast and Crew session following Preview Performance 16 Nov) A playful new adaptation of Jane Austen’s beloved novel follows the fortunes (and misfortunes) of the Dashwood sisters, shortly after their father’s sudden death. Set in gossipy 18-century England, with a fresh female voice, the play is full of humour, emotional depth and bold theatricality. When reputation is everything, how do you follow your heart? An Amateur performance licenced by MTI Australasia exclusive Australasian agent for Dramatists Play Service, Inc
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Venue: Canberra REP Theatre
Date: 17 Nov - 3 Dec 2022

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