Romeo & Juliet 2015

He was not of an age, but for all time! Ben Jonson on Shakespeare. Dionysus Theatre’s interpretation of the Bard’s classic tragedy focuses on the power of the story and its timelessness. We introduce two storytellers, Sam & Greg, who weave in and out of the story in order to heighten our appreciation and understanding of its effect on us, even though we know from the very beginning exactly how it has to end…

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News & Reviews

Dionysus Theatre in the public domain - Theatre People November 2015

While the text of Romeo and Juliet may have been in existence for hundreds of years, audience members who snapped up a ticket to Dionysus Theatre’s recent production of the William Shakespeare classic were exposed to a new take on the material.– Maddi Ostapiw

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Review - Stage Whispers - October 2015

Emma Sproule is one of the most innovative directors in the world of community theatre, and nowhere is this more apparent than in Dionysus’ new production of arguably the Bard’s greatest tragedy. – Coral Drouyn

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Emma Sproule and her Bard - Theatre People - September 2015

Victorian Drama League award-winning director, Emma Sproule, and her company, Dionysus Theatre, bring Williams Shakespeare’s archetypal young lovers to life, in Romeo and Juliet. – K.E. Weber

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