The Reginald continues to champion emerging and independent theatre with the launch of its 2014 season.
The performing arts centre of The University of Sydney, The Seymour Centre, has announced the launch of its 2014 Reginald season that will once again celebrate the very best in emerging and independent theatre.
The fourth annual season for The Reginald will feature a celebration of Australian work including a fresh twist on the landmark 1970 play The Legend of King O’Malley, the return of Michael Gow’s romantic comedy Europe and a new play from emerging playwright Joanna Erskine, Rosaline.
Rounding out the season is Sport for Jove’s unique take on Ibsen’s A Doll’s House, and the rousing Sydney premiere of the off-broadway musical, Ruthless!
Artistic Director for the Seymour Centre Tim Jones said “I am thrilled that this year’s Reginald program again showcases innovation in performance created by some of our most interesting small arts companies.”
“This season, we are extremely proud of the focus on local content, with the presentation of three uniquely Australian plays from a selection some of our countries best playwrights. Topped off with a new work from Sport for Jove, and the off-Broadway musical, Ruthless!, 2014 is set to be our best season yet!”
For further information, program information and bookings, visit www.seymourcentre.com or phone the Seymour Centre Box Office on 02 9351 7940.