Win a double pass to see Romeo and Juliet at STC

romeoandjulietWe know what you’re thinking – ‘Romeo and Juliet – I read it in high school, isn’t that enough?’

Enter our competition to win one of 10 double passes to Sydney Theatre Company’s Romeo and Juliet and find out!

Romeo and Juliet has become the love story against which all others are measured and the story of two young lovers who were doomed by fate is certainly a familiar tale. But this is a play that needs to be approached with fresh eyes.

Seen through a modern-day lens, this stylish interpretation by director Kip Williams (STC’s Under Milkwood) examines how the two lovers seek authenticity and liberation through their relationship, as Juliet struggles to avoid the inevitability of suffocating in her mother’s footsteps and becoming the next Lady Capulet.

Swapping Elizabethan frills and frippery for chic contemporary fashions, this re-imagining sees the ideals of the young pair smash up against their families’ expectations with razor-sharp clarity and heartbreaking results.

Born into a suffocating world of wealth, excess and opulence, Juliet and Romeo seek to escape the family ties that entrap them, in search of authentic life experience.

We have a set number of tickets for each of the following performances:

  • Tuesday 1st October 8pm
  • Wednesday 2nd October 8pm
  • Monday 7th October 6.30pm
  • Tuesday 8th October 8pm

Enter the performances you are able to attend into the entry form and we will try to accommodate your choice.

Please fill out the form below to go into the competition to win a double pass to see the Sydney Theatre Company’s Romeo and Juliet at the Sydney Opera House.

Entries close at 6:30pm on 24 September, 2013 AEST
The winners will be chosen at random and will be notified by a email or phone.

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Erin James

Erin James is's former Editor in Chief and a performer on both stage and screen. Credits include My Fair Lady, South Pacific and The King and I (Opera Australia), Love Never Dies and Cats (Really Useful Group), Blood Brothers (Enda Markey Presents), A Place To Call Home (Foxtel/Channel 7) and the feature film The Little Death (written and directed by Josh Lawson).

Erin James

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