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Dr Faustus – scholar, magician, and proto-scientist – sells his soul to the Devil in exchange for knowledge and for becoming a black magic spectacular entertainer. Free Theatre’s Doctor Faustus offers a cornucopia of theatrical and filmic delights: shadow puppets, magic lanterns, trick film, conjuring, fortune-telling, optical illusions, live instrumental music, dance, song, science and other magic. Directed by Peter Falkenberg (Artistic Director, Free Theatre, and Senior Lecturer in Theatre and Film Studies).
8pm, Thurs 20 May 8pm, Fri 21 May 8pm, Sat 22 May 8pm, Sun 23 May 8pm, Thurs 27 May 8pm, Fri 28 May 8pm, Sat 29 May University Theatre, The Arts Centre Admission $25 / Students $15 Bookings through Ticketek / www.ticketek.com
Platform presents Classics Associate Professor Robin Bond’s production of The Wasps, a political comedy written by Aristophanes in the 5th century BCE, translated by Robin from the original Greek. The play is a satire upon the litigiousness of the Athenian people of the time and the corruption of politicians and the demagogues who bribe, browbeat and cynically exploit the electorate. It contains humour of all kinds: verbal wit and parody, comic sketches of great ingenuity and knockabout farce.
8pm, Mon 24 May 8pm, Tues 25 May 8pm, Wed 26 May 8pm, Thurs 27 May 8pm, Fri 28 May 8pm, Sat 29 May Old Queen’s Theatre, 120 Hereford Street Admission $25 / Students $15 Bookings through Ticketek / www.ticketek.com
The Platform Arts Festival is 11 days of fine art, theatre, literature, lectures, music, film and opera, presented by the University of Canterbury, featuring collaborations between academic staff, performers, artists and students.
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