Secret House
in association with The Depot Theatre presents
By William Shakespeare
 "Hang there like fruit, my soul,
Till the tree die.”

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5 - 15 October  2016

The Depot Theatre
142 Addison Rd, Marrickville 

"Outstanding ensemble performance....Cymbeline is a phenomenal piece of contemporary Shakespeare and I highly recommend checking it out." (4 stars) THE BUZZ FROM SYDNEY

"A convincing, entertaining Shakespearean event...a surprisingly amusing and compelling night of theatre." AU REVIEW

"Incisive casting and direction delivers an ensemble piece judiciously pruned to two hours, yet perfectly conveying all the complexities." OZ BABY BOOMERS

"This production revived the centuries old work and made it feel fresh and absorbing and often thrilling work." (4 stars) SYDNEY SCOOP

"CYMBELINE is a must-see this week." WEEKEND NOTES


Director Sean O’Riordan
Producer Jane Angahrad and James Smithers
Set/Costume Designer Angelika Nieweglowski
Lighting Designer Alex Holver
Stage Manager Madeline Scrace
Assistant Stage Managers Emily Buxton and Bethany Parrish

Cast Deborah An, Jane Angharad, Alison Benstead, Alex Brown, Tom Coyne, Morgan Junor-Larwood, Celia Kelly, Dave Kirkham, Ben Scales, Keturah Sheen, Roger Smith, James Smithers, Romney Stanton
8pm Wed-Sat, 5pm Sun
(Preview Wed 5 and Thur 6 Oct)
$32 Full | $27 Concession | $27 Groups of 10 
$22 Wednesdays | $22 School Students | $22 Previews
In the rarely performed Cymbeline, Shakespeare combines all of our favourite characters from his iconic works, placing them in a dark fairytale world. A declining fretful king, a manipulative, ambitious queen and a charming, deceitful villain attempt to bring about the downfall of a feisty, incorruptible heroine and her earnest, but doubt wracked lover. Filled with treachery, poisonings, cross dressing, ghosts, gore and true love, Cymbeline is a dark comedy, which merges Shakepeare’s greatest hits into one masterpiece to examine a central issue of his time and ours: Faith!