Monash University Centre for Theatre and Performance in association with the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music presents
JACK OF TWO TRADES
By Lucy O’Brien and Andrew Strano
Based on the surprisingly relevant, classic comedy by Carlo Goldoni, ‘A Servant of Two Masters’, 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 result of the new Pratt Foundation Artists in Residence Program taking place at Monash Centre for Theatre and Performance in conjunction with the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music.
This new Australian musical is being created by Monash CTP resident artists Lucy O’Brien (composer), Andrew Strano (book writer and lyricist), and features a cast of student and professional performers directed by Nathan Gilkes.
Thursday October 19th @ 7.30
Friday October 20th @ 1pm and 7.30pm
Saturday October 21st @ 7.30pm
Sunday October 22nd @ 5pm
55 Scenic Drive
Monash University, Clayton
Online – http://www.monash.edu/mapa
Phone – 03 9905 1111
$10 Monash students (see special deal below)
SPECIAL DEAL FOR MONASH STUDENTS:-
FREE for Monash students on:
* Thursday October 19th at 7.30pm
* Friday October 20th at 1pm
(Just turn up on the day to secure your free ticket – no booking necessary)
Proudly supported by the Pratt Foundation.
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