Presented by Centre for Theatre & Performance and Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music
By Lucy O’Brien and Andrew Strano
Based on the surprisingly relevant, classic comedy by Carlo Goldoni, Jack of Two Trades is a brand new, fast paced, laugh out loud musical comedy full of soaring melodies, mistaken identities, disguises, trickery, declarations of love, and everyone’s favourite F-words: Fighting, farting, fornicating, foolishness, a whole lot of food… and even some feelings. Awww!
This production is the first year of the Pratt Foundation Artists in Residence Program at the Monash Centre for Theatre and Performance. This new Australian musical work is currently being created by Lucy O’Brien (composer), Andrew Strano (book writer and lyricist), and features a cast of student and professional performers directed by Nathan Gilkes.
Drama Theatre, 55 Scenic Drive, Monash University, Clayton
Thursday October 19th 7.30
Friday October 20th, 1pm and 7.30pm
Saturday October 21st 7.30pm
Sunday October 22nd 5pm
Proudly supported by the Pratt Foundation
Monash Staff: $15.00
Monash Student: $10.00
You can book your Monash Student tickets by calling the MAPA Box Office on 9905 1111 or visit us at the Robert Blackwood Hall during business hours. Please have your staff or student card ready.
Approximately two hours including a twenty minute interval.