Dr Faustus by Christopher Marlowe, adapted by Maria Bates
Directed by Maria Bates
Performances: Tuesday 1st – Saturday 5th May 2007, Bell Theatre
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“Nothing so sweet as magic is to him, which he prefers before his chiefest bliss. And this the man that in his study sits”
Welcome to the land of illusion, a place in the mind, a shimmering mirage of riches and mystery and death.
Within the walls of Faust’s opulent gothic mansion an orgy of evil is about to begin.
Profane, irreverent and sexy yet daring to make you ponder philosophical arguments that have troubled Man since the beginning of time. God, freewill and the everlasting torments of Hell!
A macabre burlesque of mad magic, visual mayhem, pole dancing devils, sword fighting angels, blood, fire and crazy puppets.
Expect the unexpected!
The director, cast and crew would like to offer special thanks to Simon Drake and his House Of Magic team for thier invaluable help and support with this production.
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Simon Drakes's House Of Magic
For more details please contact Maria Bates Director