THE SERVANT OF TWO MASTERS

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 14 – 25 March 2017poster SOTM by ben

Emu Productions & Fools in Progress Theatre Company present

Carlo Goldoni’s

THE SERVANT OF TWO MASTERS

Starring:

Ben- Jamin Newham                 as Truffaldin Batocchio

Bianca Bonino                             as Pantalone de’ Bisognosi

Mark Power                                  as Dottor Lombardi

Marcella Franco                          as Beatrice/Federigo Rasponi

Daniel D’Amico                           as Florindo Aretusi

David D’Silva                               as Silvio Lombardi

Ali Aitken                                     as Clarice De’ Bisognosi

Pasqualino Arcuri                      as Brighella Cavicchioli

Gianna Di Genua                        as Smeraldina

Ali Aitken                                     as a Waiter

Mark Power                                 as a Porter

Directed by Maria de Marco

Mask Coach: Bianca Bonino & Ben- Jamin Newham

Production design: EMU Arts

Producers: EMU Productions and Fools In Progress Inc. Theatre Company

Where:        KING STREET THEATRE – 644 King St & Cnr Bray St, Newtown.

                      (Entrance on Bray St, Above the South End Café)

Date:       14 March – 25 March, 2017

Tickets:     $35/ $30/ $28 for group bookings of 10 +/ $22 School students

Time  :      Preview Tuesday 14th March 2017.

Opening Night 16th March, 2017.

Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday @ 7:30pm

Wednesday school matinees @ 10:30am 15 & 22 March, 2017

Age:         13+

Audience:   100

Bookings:   www.kingstreettheatre.com.au

AT KING STREET THEATRE

LEVEL 1 , 644 KING STREET & CNR BRAY ST, NEWTOWN, NSW

Bookings @ King Street Booking site or 0423 082 015

Truffaldino is hungry. Truffaldino is always hungry. While working for one master he decides to double dip and work for a second master just to satisfy his everlasting hunger.  Meanwhile, the lovers, are betrothed, meet, fight and more importantly love. Where there is love there is food and where there is food there is Truffaldino. Performed with the traditional mask used in the Commedia dell’arte style, this production is sure to please all who love comedy.

ARLECCHINO PAINTING BY CARLO BALESTRIERI WWW.CARLOBALESTRIERI.COM

We sincerely thank maestro Carlo Balestrieri for the permission to use his painting of Arlecchino