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    SUDS Presents: The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) [Revised] [Revised Again]

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    SUDS Presents: The Complete Works of Shakespeare (Abridged) [Revised] [Revised Again]

    21st May - 1st June 

    (performing 21st -25th May & 30th May - 1st June)

    The Cellar Theatre, 7PM

    Runtime: 1 hr 30 minutes, with a 10 minute intermission.

    Directed by Toby Eastway and Coll Burns

    Produced by Rose Cooke

    The Complete Works of William Shakespeare. In 90 minutes. Haters may say it's an impossible feat, but these four are going to do their very best to make sure it happens. With laughs, tears, mistakes and too many mispronounced words, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) [revised] [again] presents a wonderfully refreshing take on all the Bard's works (and we mean all). From a cooking show starring Titus Andronicus to a sports game with every monarch in history, you are sure to be laughing constantly and crying sometimes. Because who said Shakespeare was only for nerds? This is Shakespeare for cool hot people (and nerds too... we never said you wouldn't love it too...). This is Shakespeare for people who hid their phone in a book during Year 7 Reading time. This is Shakespeare for -- wait, 10 Things I Hate About You is based on WHAT?

    Content Warnings: sexual references, coarse language, references to death suicide and violence, fake vomiting, references to racism and misogyny, religious imagery, strobe lighting and loud noises. 

    The Complete Works Team:


    Catherine Gilbert 

    Aidan Hale

    Henry Atticus Wilcox

    Izzy Donaghue


    Directors: Toby Eastway & Coll Burns

    Producer: Rose Cooke

    Stage Manager & Props Master: Sofia Cleaver

    Assistant Stage Manager & Props: Matilda Holton

    Set Designers: Rynn Hwang & Romain Yborra

    Co-Lighting & Sound Designers: Charlie Campbell & Henri Collyer

    Costume Designer: Alexis Pridgen 

    Graphic Designer: Scout McWhinney

    Photographer: Robert Hoang 

    Acknowledgement of Country:

    SUDS acknowledges that the University of Sydney and the Cellar Theatre reside on stolen land; the land of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. As a society that exists to tell stories, it is important to acknowledge that stories were being told on this land for thousands of years before British colonisation. 

    SUDS pays respect to elders past and present. Sovereignty was never ceded - Always Was, Always Will Be Aboriginal Land. 

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