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Not Romeo and Juliet

Wednesday 30th January / presented by Sadie Ward

Not Romeo and Juliet is high-octane theatrical anarchy, ridiculous physical comedy and a joyous celebration of queer love. After sensational sold out seasons at Midsumma Festival and Melbourne Fringe, theatre mischief makers Kimberley Twiner and Lily Fish bring their show Not Romeo and Juliet to Fringe Festival 2019 in Perth.

Kimberley and Lily stopped by the studio to chat with Sadie on All Things Queer and chat about their improvising techniques Shakespearian references in the play and where they are going to take the show in the future.

Not Romeo and Juliet debuted at Fringe last night but they still have 4 more shows in Perth before they go back home to Melbourne. You can catch Not Romeo and Juliet at The Blue Room Theatre until February 2, and also at a special performance at the Don Russell Performing Arts Centre on February 1.

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