Romeo & Juliet 2007

2007-01-24 17:43
 

Lingenfelder's music adds a brooding atmosphere and extra sex appeal to this classic play.

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Romeo and Juliet, showing now until February 18 2007 at Maynardville, Wynberg, stars Marcel Meyer and Rolanda Marais as the star-crossed lovers, with direction by Fred Abrahamse. Tickets cost from R85. Book at Computicket. For picnics, call 021 706 8470 or bring your own and whatever you're drinking. Be sure to take a jersey or a blanket - it can get a bit chilly sitting still at night.
Perhaps the best love story ever, Romeo and Juliet has satisfied audiences for centuries. In this year’s production at Maynardville Open-Air Theatre in Wynberg, Cape Town, the production has original music written and recorded by the very talented Charl-Johan Lingenfelder.

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