There are three sides to every story. And 2013 sees Bell Shakespeare explore family – historically, tragically and comedically.
John Bell directs and plays Shakespeare’s greatest comic invention, Falstaff, in the bawdy and anarchic classic, HENRY 4.
Peter Evans continues Bell Shakespeare’s exploration of French classical theatre with Ted Hughes’s translation of the elegant and suspenseful tragedy, PHÈDRE, starring Catherine McClements.
And rising star Imara Savage takes on Shakespeare’s fresh and fast-paced THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, in an exciting co-production with State Theatre Company of South Australia.
2013 delivers one of Bell Shakespeare’s most rich and diverse seasons yet. There is truly something for everyone.
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Under the artistic leadership of actor/director John Bell AO and director Peter Evans, Bell Shakespeare is Australia's premier producer of Shakespeare and classical theatre. As a major presenter at leading performing arts centres across the country, Bell Shakespeare works with the best local and international artists to produce bold, contemporary and exciting theatre of the highest standard.
In addition to touring theatre productions, the company is devoted to training and education and has firmly established itself as Australia's most influential and significant provider of Shakespeare education in schools.
Co-Artistic Directors: John Bell AO and Peter Evans
General Manager: Bronwyn Edinger
PO Box 10 Millers Point NSW 2000
Telephone: +61 2 8298 9000
Fax: +61 2 9241 4643