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Romeo & Juliet: Improvised

From Post-Haste Players, who brought you Bard to the Bone, Shakespeare's classic tale of doomed love. More or less.

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Romeo & Juliet: Improvised

Date: 4 May 2018

What is the source of the ancient feud?

What is Juliet’s life ambition?

What strange attribute afflicts Paris?

Just some of the questions the players will be asking our audience in this ribald rip through Shakespeare’s tale of doomed love.

Michael Gregory directs Oliver Burton,Lisa Ricketts, Ewan Campbell, Bryce Halliday Marko Mustac and Linette Voller.

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