Young love, 50s style

Rose Jurd and Elaun Waldron play Juliet and Romeo in Shakespeares love tragedy presented by Trinity College next week.

This years major production for Trinity Catholic College is Romeo and Juliet. This Shakespearean classic has been set in Sicily in the 1950s. Director Peter Derrett reckons this allows students to experiment with the mafia concept and makes the love/hate battle even more moving.

Romeo and Juliet hits the stage at the Champagnat Centre in Hindmarsh Street, Lismore, this Thursday to Saturday, January 31 to February 2, at 7pm (with an extra show at 2pm on Saturday).

Tickets are available from Caddies Coffee in Lismore or the St Marys site office at the college.


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