Time Out Sydney
June 30, 2014
This July Sydney stages are dominated by bad boys and femmes fatale – from Mozart’s Don, Hugo’s Macbeth, Shakespeare’s Richard III, and the con-man Tartuffe, to Joan Crawford, Bette Davis and Hedda Gabler
Acclaimed Shakespearean interpreters Sport for Jove present Ibsen’s proto- feminist drama about the happy home- maker Nora and her not-so-happy secret, directed by Adam Cook. Reginald Theatre, Seymour Centre, Chippendale.
Ensemble’s associate director Anna Crawford directs the world premiere of John Misto’s dramatic threeway between Joan Crawford, Bette Davis and Marilyn Monroe, in 1960s Hollywood. Ensemble Theatre, Kirribilli.