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A ROOM OF ONE’S OWN

6TH - 23RD MAY 2021

★★★★ “…nothing less than transcendental.” -THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

When
6TH - 23RD MAY 2021
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A Room Of One's Own

A Room Of One’s Own

 

Written by Virginia Woolf
Adapted for the Stage by Carissa Licciardello & Tom Wright
Directed by Carissa Licciardello

Photo by Daniel Boud.

 

Back by popular demand.

It started as a lecture to a group of women in the nineteen-twenties, and became one of the finest pieces of writing in the last hundred years. Wise, witty, passionate, incisive, the story of women writers and the rooms in which they write.
Carissa Licciardello’s impressive mainstage debut brought the famous essay into bold theatrical clarity, with a virtuosic central performance by Anita Hegh. Now a limited chance for those who missed out.

 

CAST
A cast of two:
Anita Hegh
Ella Prince

TEAM
Set and Costume Designer David Fleischer
Lighting Designer Kelsey Lee
Composer Alice Chance
Sound Designer Paul Charlier
Stage Manager Luke McGettigan
Assistant Stage Manager Ayah Tayeh

 

PERFORMANCE TIMES
6 – 23 May
Tuesday 6.30pm
Wednesday 6.30pm
Thursday 7.30pm
Friday 7.30pm
Saturday 2pm & 7.30pm
Sunday 5pm

Previews
Thursday 7.30pm, 6 May
Friday 7.30pm, 7 May

Opening Night (Invitation Only)
Saturday 7.30pm, 8 May

Matinee Performance
Thursday 1pm, 13 May

Post-show Q&A
Tuesday 11 May, directly following the performance

Schools Performance
Wednesday 11.30am, 19 May

 

REVIEWS

★★★★ “It’s hard to think of a play better adapted for these unusual times.”– Time Out Sydney

★★★★½ “… [Anita] Hegh illuminates the poeticism and catches the shifting tempo and vehemence of ideas so well that you hang off each new thought like a jilted lover waiting for the phone to ring.”- The Sydney Morning Herald

“… Hegh is superb… Attuned to Woolf’s anger, sarcasm and wit, she finds lovely moments of humour. Most importantly, she captures the brilliant, supple way that Woolf’s mind weaves around her subject.” – Limelight

“A superb text for performance.” – THE AUSTRALIAN