Ons 18 Feb - Lør 21 Mar
MAN - FRE KL 20.00
LØR KL 17.00
EntrÉ 165 kr
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Tlf 70 20 20 96

Exciting. Fascinating. Eternal.

London. 1613. The Globe Theatre has just burnt down.

Shakespeare needs to write a new play for the reopening. He is burnt-out himself and lacking inspiration. "It's always about the women" he says to himself and in the process some of his timeless female characters appear and interact with him. They are both fantastical and complex and remain so after 400 years. He gave eternal life to Ophelia, Juliet, Rosalind, Beatrice, Cleopatra, Lady Macbeth and Cordelia - to name but a few. Shakespeare's poetic quill laid open the depths of woman's nature.

Playing time: 75/80 minutes without an interval.

"Soul food for lovers of the English language!"
- University Post

"A joyous celebration of Shakespeare!"
- Teateranmeldelse

"Feisty, tragic and romantic!"
-British Chamber of Commerce

"Masser af humor, masser af Shakespeare of masser af lækker, britisk tale!"
- Kultur for unge

Christiane Bjørg Nielsen, Linda Elvira & Ian Burns

Director: Barry McKenna
Written by Barry McKenna & Ian Burns
Original music: Christiane Bjørg Nielsen

Here's a short link to a trailer for Shakespeare's Women

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