Performance: The Merry Wives of Windsor
Date: 16–18 February 2016
Venue: New Fortune Theatre, The University of Western Australia.
Bookings: $25 Standard, $15 Concession, Child or Student: http://ticketswa.com/event/merry-wives-windsor
With 2016 commemorating the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, this new production by Melbourne’s Nothing But Roaring of Shakespeare’s funniest play of love and lies, fidelity and forgiveness, will transform the New Fortune Theatre into a chamber of laughter. The play features the corrupt and cowardly knight, Sir John Falstaff, who accompanied Prince Hal in Henry IV. In Falstaff’s latest escapades, he attempts to woo two wealthy married women. Rather than turn down the buffooning Falstaff, the ladies conspire to have a laugh (and a little vengance) at his expense.
Symposium: ‘The Merry Wives of Windsor’
Date: Wednesday 17 February 2016
Venue: Philippa Maddern Seminar Room (Arts 1.33) and the New Fortune Theatre, The University of Western Australia.
More details: http://www.historyofemotions.org.au/events/the-symposium-the-merry-wives-of-windsor
This symposium runs in conjunction with the performances of Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor on the New Fortune Theatre, 16–18 February 2016. It brings together international experts on the play and on theatre history. The emphasis will be on these presentations and discussion, so other papers are not invited.
This is a free event but numbers will be limited so please register well in advance with Pam Bond (email@example.com).