Caucasian Chalk Circle
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Only one discount is available per ticket and valid ID must be presented where applicable. Bookings can be made online by debit or credit card at any time using the Online Shop link below. Please visit the shop and search for the name of the production.
Bookings in person at George Cadbury Hall can be made on the week of the production. The Box Office is usually open between Please ring the box office for exact opening hours as this is manned by students and has limited opening times.
Caucasian Chalk Circle
The box office can only accept cash payments. Please note any bookings made by telephone must be collected and paid for by no later than 20 minutes prior to the performance or the tickets will be released for resale.
No payment can be taken over the phone. About our productions.
The Department of Drama and Theatre Arts is a leader in the integrated academic and practical study of drama, performance and theatre arts. Students gain first-hand experience using and testing the language of performance in a variety of specialist study and practical modules.
Each year the Department stages a season of plays closely tied to its academic and practical work.
- The expert at the card table : the classic treatise on card manipulation;
- by Bertolt Brecht. Translation by Alistair Beaton. Directed by Mollie Guilfoyle.?
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Plays are directed either by members of the Department or guest directors from the professional theatre. Meanwhile, the opinionated but powerless village scribe, Azdak Steve Hofvendahl , unexpectedly becomes a powerful judge. Seneca is excellent as the serious and responsible Grusha, seeming to have found just the right note of moral gravity for Brecht.
Connor Kelly-Eiding and John Apicella are standouts among the large ensemble cast, both strong in multiple roles.pure-dressage.com/includes/best-rpg-game-for-mac-2012.php
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Hofvendahl, however, is superb as Azdak, stealing the show with his wily, hilarious performance. He tells jokes, explains moral conundrums, accepts bribes, insults everybody with equanimity, flirts shamelessly, sings, begs for mercy and dispenses sentences in a tour-de-force performance. She makes it look easy, which of course it is not. Her use of the ensemble to create a river onstage is vivid and memorable.