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THE HOLLOW CROWN: A MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION FROM SPORT FOR JOVE

This image: Eloise Winstock by Seiya Taguchi 
Featured image: Bron Lim & ensemble by Seiya Taguchi

To the curmudgeon who pontificated loudly, even during the show, that it wasn’t working.  I don’t know you, even though we have been engaged in the closeness of watching theatre together.  So I can’t take you for a drink to let you know that you are just plain wrong and need to take your elitist, out of touch, resistant attitude and just sod off.  Me, and I could hear and see, the other 150 plus audience just loved THE HOLLOW CROWN, first in the two part ROSE RIOT season from Sport for Jove.

Playing at Bella Vista Farm, ROSE RIOT is two golden productions which are forged with vision, experience and coherent expression by a company who make bold choices, assemble extraordinary talent and encircle their audiences with enthralling beauty.  There’s a reason why Shakespeare lends his name to an adjective.  Reverence and relevance and the adventure of seeing the darknesses of great wrongs and the shiningness of majestic rights, all before our eyes with real voices, the musicality of poetry and a physicality that delights and engages.  And ideas, always the ideas.  Continue reading THE HOLLOW CROWN: A MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION FROM SPORT FOR JOVE