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August 3, 2009 | by  | in Theatre |
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Holy Shit! It’s Shakespeare!

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Rising stars of the Wellington theatre scene Three Spoon Theatre are smashing their theatre fists into the windy city’s hungry eyes this week with Vienna Verona, a short, sweet, sharp double bill of Measure for Measure at 7pm and Romeo and Juliet at 9pm. Go to salient.org.nz to listen to an interview with some of the cast and crew! It is extreme! You will like it!

Vienna Verona is at BATS theatre, runs from the 5th to the 15th of August with no shows on Monday or Sunday. It’s $16/$13 for one of the shows, $25 for both. Book at Bats. Special $10 preview on the 4th.

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