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A timeless portrayal of power and desire, Salomé finds escape from her lecherous stepfather in
her love for the imprisoned prophet, Jokanaan. But, when her love is spurned, she will seek a
terrible price for her vengeance.
Durham University Classical Theatre present Oscar Wilde's timeless tradgedy in a vibrant and physical production.
Rodgers & Hammerstein never imagined Shall We Dance? as a comic dance between a towering beauty and her diminutive admirer; nor did they think a lovelorn lad might pose the question, How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria? This revue shows how up-to-date R&H remain.
DOE are excited to present an evening of three short operas as their first term performance and hope that you enjoy! The first act made up of 'Hand of Bridge' by Barber, a jazz opera, and ‘Trouble in Tahiti’ by Bernstein, another jazz opera which blends musical theatre with traditional opera singing. The second act is the lesser known 'Noye's Fludde' by Britten, a modern rendering of Noah’s ark.
Jazz Age America: a generation born to find all Gods dead, all wars fought and all sensibilities infringed by the debauchery of the night before.
Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald are no exception to this tragic exuberance, as partying with manic determination takes its toll on their marriage whilst Scott attempts to finish the manuscript of The Great Gatsby.