by Emily Bronte
Adapted by Charles Vance
Directed by Roger Gimblett
Saturday 13th July 2002 sees the opening of the latest offering from 'Sydneys unique little theatre' - an adaptation of Emily Brontes great classic, Wuthering Heights.
This timeless story of the doomed and complex love between Cathy and Heathcliff set amidst the unforgiving landscape of the Yorkshire Moors has captivated readers and audiences worldwide. Lone traveller Lockwood stumbles across the isolated Gothic house in the midst of a snowstorm and in the middle of the night sees an apparition at the window - a ghostly young girl desperately begging to be let in.
He relates his story to his austere host Heathcliff and soon finds himself caught up in a strange tale of lost love, past jealousies and enduring passions.
With a talented and energetic cast of old and new faces, period costuming by Peter Henson and a dynamic original score by emerging composer Joel Sarakula, Director Roger Gimblett promises an unforgettable evening.
13 July to 31 August 2002. Friday, Saturday 8.00pm, Sunday 4.30pm
Book your tickets now through MCA-Ticketing on (02) 9645 1611