Congratulations to the CAST of our upcoming show…

An adaptation of William Shakespeare’s


Albury Botanic Gardens

2, 3, 9, 10 March, 2018

Tickets on sale 1 December, 2017.

Will Cochrane             Romeo

Danielle Mohr             Juliet

Jacob McCrohan         Tybalt

Darby Quinlivan          Mercutio

Mack Oswald              Benvolio

Archie Myers              Balthasar

Cleve Shaw                  Capulet and Prologue

Kate Chamberlain       Lady Capulet

David Newport            Montague

Shoshanna Griffin       Lady Montague and ensemble

Kazmer Harangozo     Friar Laurence and Citizen of Verona and ensemble

Stella Klironomakis     The Princess and ensemble

Scott Bishop                Sampson and Friar John and Watchman 1 and Citizen 1

Peter Uniacke             Gregory and The Nurse

Matt Lane                   Paris and a Princess Attendant and ensemble

Solly Tanuvasa            Abraham and Watchman 2 and a Princess Attendant and ensemble

Michael McGlone       Apothecary and Princess Attendant and Watchman 3 and ensemble

Jacqui McMahon        Rosaline and Ensemble

William Phillips           Peter and Ensemble

Tessa Worley              Page and Novice and a Guest (boy) and Ensemble

Millie Cummins          Capulet Servant and Ensemble

Caitlin Brice                Princess Attendant and Female guest and Ensemble

Elloise O’Connor         Ensemble

Tash Irwin                   Ensemble

Lily Ratcliffe                Ensemble

Darcie Campbell         Ensemble

Maddison Lia              Ensemble



Medieval Verona will be brought to Albury Botanic Gardens in March 2018 when one of Shakespeare’s most popular plays, “Romeo and Juliet,” will be presented by The Other Theatre Company.

Two star-crossed lovers come together in spite of the constant opposition of their warring families. Street brawls, a masquerade, hope, and the best laid schemes of the well intentioned will lead to an inevitable and tragic conclusion.

Director Christine Duff says, “This is one of Shakespeare’s first works, written when he was starting to make a name for himself as a playwright. It has always been one of his most popular plays, enjoying success from its very first staging in Shakespeare’s time. Technically it is one of his tragedies, but one with some lighter moments of comedy, at least in the beginning, and a fair amount of swashbuckling swordplay to keep the audience entertained. One of the strong dramatic themes includes the impetuousness of young love.”

Romeo and Juliet is The Other Theatre Company’s fifth adaptation of a Shakespeare classic.

BYO your favourite picnic, picnic chair or rug, or enjoy the food and refreshments on offer in the Gardens. A BYO permit has been obtained for the responsible consumption of alcohol with your picnic meal.


Contacting Us

The Other Theatre Company
PO Box 553
Lavington, NSW, 2641

Email: theothertheatrecompany@gmail.com

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