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William Shakespeare's Othello

Mirrored Faces Productions Presents

William Shakespeare's Othello
Directed by Jett Ranchhod and Lilia Askew

5 – 15 September
Tickets · $15-$25 [2 for $30 deal Tuesday/Thursday] Bookings on Eventfinda
Basement Theatre. Te Whaea: National Dance & Drama Centre

cast of Othello

Image Credit: Jack Warren
Costumes Designed by: Jodi Walker

Set in a dystopian future. The year is 2145 and the fight for peace against the Turkish militia rages on.

Following the newly married and promoted army general Othello, who finds himself the pawn in the manipulative games of his right hand man; Iago. As his imagination is poisoned, Othello turns on his new bride Desdemona and loyal lieutenant Cassio, rapidly spiraling from hero to murderer in Shakespeare’s tale of love, race, jealousy and destruction.

We have some ticket deals available, including a 2 for $30 on Tuesday/ Thursday nights. Get a group of 6 or tore together and take advantage of our group discount. Click the book ticket link for full details.

(Run-time includes a 15 min Interval)

Door sales are CASH ONLY with nearest ATM in the countdown, at the bottom of the hill.

Creative Team:
Mirrored Faces Productions aims at creating original visual experiences.
Believing that through creative collaboration and co-operation of like minded artists any project or production can meet its highest potential.

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