Don’t miss Sport for Jove’s exciting youth drama initiatives – The Second Age and the Third Age projects – returning for a fifth season at Bella Vista Farm this December.
Students from the Hills area work alongside theatre professionals to create original theatre projects, as part of Shakespeare in the Park.
The Second Age Project showcases actors aged 10-14, while the Third Age Project displays the talents of actors aged 15-20.
Both projects draw their titles from the famous speech ‘The Seven Ages of Man’ in Shakespeare’s play As You Like It, beginning: “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women, merely players; They have their exits and their entrances, And one man in his time plays many parts, His acts being seven ages…”
Both projects provide an opportunity for young theatre enthusiasts to perform in a curtain raiser show from December 18 to 20 before the main act.
SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK SHOW TIMES AND TICKETS
December 8 to 30 | Bella Vista Farm Park
The Second Age Project
The Shakespeare Collection
Directed by Scott Sheridan and Megan Drury
The Third Age Project
King Lear – Directed by Christopher Stalley
Shakespeare in The Park
Measure For Measure
By William Shakespeare
Directed By Lizzie Schebesta
The Servant of Two Masters
By Carlo Goldoni
Adapted and Directed By Francesca Savige and George Banders
Visit www.sportforjove.com.au for tickets and show times.