Theatre Studies presents: The Chapel Perilous by Dorothy Hewett.
|Date||Wednesday 30 May - Saturday 2 June 2018|
|Time||7pm (Wednesday 30 May) - 7pm (Saturday 2 June)|
|Where||Playhouse, Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts|
Directed by Gaye Poole
Season: 30,31 May &1,2 June @ 7pm
In 1971, Syliva Lawson wrote about Sally Banner - "Wearing her hair 'like armour' Sally storms her way to a place in the Australian imagination... an incandescent heroine".
I Dorothy Hewett’s play is full of lyricism, music, satire and a healthy dose of self-parody. The Chapel Perilous traces the life of Sally Banner over 4 decades; from 1930s to 1960s, as she evolves from defiant schoolgirl, to communist speaker to a world-renowned poet. Hewett's freedom of style embraces tragedy, farce, naturalism, expressionism and musical comedy.
Sally: "I seek the Chapel Perilous and by my courage and great heart I will win through".