Week 1: 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, performed in Studio One, UNSW.
Directed by Joe Knights
Produced by Axel-Nathaniel Rose
Lead Designed by Madi Slavin
Stage Managed by Jordan Mah
O-Week is almost upon us!
Although you can join and follow us at anytime, O-Week is the first time of the year where Nutters new and old amass at UNSW, to sign up, meet the Commitee, get free merch and have their questions answered about what exactly is this eclectic society.
We've been around since 1985, producing over 300 productions and fostering thousands of friendships. We've also been Arc Club of the Year too many times to count, all because we offer such unique, inclusive and malleable experiences as a club, society and extended family.
So we say with projection, welcome home!
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