THE TRAGEDY OF MARIAM and More Set for Lazarus Theatre's Fall 2013 Season
Award Winning Lazarus Theatre Company returns for an Autumn Season of new discoveries and ambitious developments.
The season begins with the first play written by a woman, the sensational, The Tragedy of Mariam. The production marks the plays professional London stage debut as well as Lazarus' return to The Camden Fringe at The Tristan Bates Theatre.
The King is dead; the Queen must face her people. As the truth about King Herod's passing unravels, Mariam must face those who promise persecution, recrimination and damnation. Love, sex, adultery and seduction, a Woman's voice is central to this ensemble production.
12th - 17th August 2013, Monday - Saturday at 7.30pm, Tristan Bates Theatre, Covent Garden. Tickets: £12.50, £10 (Concessions) To Book; www.tristanbatestheatre.co.uk or call 020 7240 6283.
The season then continues with Shakespeare's controversial comedy, The Merchant of Venice, set against a global financial meltdown.
Antonio, with assets tied to investments, finds his commitments lead him to one of the greatest characters of all time, Shylock. Their embittered rivalry leads to a fight to the death. Venice will never be the same again.
Lazarus Theatre Company is committed to producing the best in classical theatre for a modern audience; our work involves text, movement and music through the use of ensemble to create a re-imagined presentation of some of the greatest works. For further company information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.