BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
"What is she but a foul, contending Rebel, And graceless Traitor to her loving Lord?"
Opinionated, passionate and articulate, Katherine is known as the woman that no man wants to marry. So when Petruchio roars onto the scene, demanding, abrasive and strange, it seems as though Katherine has finally met her match. But when these two explosive personalities meet, someone has to come out on top, and the wrangling methods of these two lovers are far from tame. In the meantime, the romantic fortunes of Katherine’s sister have taken a very different turn...
Montague Basement’s The Taming of the Shrew will explore the passion and pain of familial and marital relationships, and blast through the facade to take an incisive a look at what goes on behind closed doors.
Supported by the University of Sydney Union's Bright Ideas Program.
↓ CAST & CREW
"...a fresh interpretation that revitalises its outdated predecessor"
"The ideas are simple but powerful the resultant show is an exciting one."
"West and her cast have created a thoroughly modern and relevant production of the Shakespearean comedy."
"The Taming of the Shrew is a must-see."