‘Seriously smart and very funny… a suspense-packed study of the erotics of power’ New York Times.
Malanda Theatre Company’s next production ‘Venus in Fur’ by David Ives hits the stage under the direction of Graham Harrington with Howard Smith and Kirsten Adams playing the two characters.
You will be riveted as the two characters vie for dominance over the other. Who is this mystery woman who explodes into the life of an unsuspecting stage director, who is auditioning for his new play? The fact that his play is about a man and woman jousting for control provides a play within a play, both of which have the same theme. So when are these characters rehearsing and when are they for real? This question will keep the audience on their toes until the final and unexpected curtain.
You are warned that the script contains strong language which is appropriate for the plot and interaction of the characters. You will be captivated by Howard and Kirsten’s delivery of their characters in this intriguing play.
Only 3 nights: October 6,7,8.
The play runs for approximately 80 minutes.
Tickets on sale online Here or Tableland Books Atherton, Elders Real Estate Malanda or ECHO Malanda.
PLEASE NOTE: This play is performed in the round i.e the stage is on the floor. Rows C to A are up some short stairs, elevated off the floor. Rows G to Q face the stage (white space on the booking sheet)
Dinner deals available Malanda Hotel & Malanda RSL for performance nights – bookings essential. Quote Venus in Fur and tickets must be presented.
Tickets:$20 Opening night, $25 other nights, groups of 10+ $20pp
Only three performances: 6, 7, 8 October, 7:30pm. (Please note opening night is on a Thursday.)