| Studio One, UNSW
| Audition Dates 8th - 13th January
| Written by William Shakespeare
| Directed by Joe Knights
| Produced by Axel-Nathaniel Rose
| Lead Designed by Madi Slavin
| Stage Managed by Jordan Mah
Neitzche once said, "For tragedy, too, wants to convince us of the eternal joy of existence." This is the essence of Shakespeare's tragedy, 'Coriolanus'.
Originally set in the Roman-Volscian War of the 6th Century, we bring the same narrative, the same cycles of fear and hope, oppression and rebellion, mayhem and peace to the stage. In this era in which mass-media allows for new forms of social discourse and uprising, Coriolanus is a woman of colour on a stage of political unrest, competing opinion, and uncertainty.
This show will be NUTS's first production of 2018, in the first week of Semester 1.
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