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Belvoir

Belvoir

Belvoir

“This is the cradle of theatre – what it’s all about.”
Geoffrey Rush

Belvoir – Australia

Belvoir brings together the best Australian artists and delivers work which has presence, integrity and exceptional quality. The company creates theatre that encourages the audience to use their imaginations; there are no tricks, just thrilling performances by talented actors, bold new stories told by playwrights, and classic stories radically retold by brilliant directors. Belvoir also regularly tours work to major arts centres and festivals both nationally and internationally.
Belvoir’s position as one of Australia’s most innovative and acclaimed theatre companies has been determined by such landmark productions as The Diary of a Madman, The Book of Everything, Cloudstreet, Measure for Measure, Keating!, Parramatta Girls, Exit the King, The Alchemist, Hamlet, Waiting for Godot, The Sapphires and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

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Belvoir reúne a los mejores artistas Australianos y ofrece una obra que tiene presencia, coherencia y una calidad excepcional. La compañía crea un teatro que anima al público a usar su imaginación, no hay trucos, simplemente actuaciones llenas de emoción de actores talentosos, audaces nuevas historias contadas por los dramaturgos, e historias clásicas radicalmente contada por directores brillantes. Belvoir también gira regularmente a centros de arte y festivales a nivel nacional e internacional.
La posición de Belvoir como una de las compañías de teatro más innovadoras de Australia ha sido determinada por obras referenciales como The Diary of a Madman, The Book of Everything, Cloudstreet, Measure for Measure, Keating!, Parramatta Girls, Exit the King, The Alchemist, Hamlet, Waiting for Godot, The Sapphires and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

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