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Picasso's Women

STARTS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 26 I INDOOR THEATRE

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STARTS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 26 I INDOOR THEATRE

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Harbour Theatre presents a collection of monologues about the most influential artist of the 20th century.
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Presented by Harbour Theatre

A drama written by Brian McAvera
Directed by Jarrod Buttery

“When Pablo paints, he paints with other people’s blood.”

Pablo Picasso — the most influential artist of the 20th century — was married twice but had many lovers.  Picasso’s Women tells the stories of three of these women.

The play is a collection of honest, brutal, erotic, and humorous monologues that pull no punches.  It allows these real women to present their points of view, uncovering their buried histories, against the backdrop of Picasso’s art and the tumultuous 20th Century.

Featuring Melissa Merchant, Anna Head & Sheryl Spencer.

Performance Dates:  November 26, 27, 28*, December 1, 3, 4, 5*

Times:  
All evening shows at 7.30pm, *except Sunday’s at 2pm

Tickets:  $25.50 Full, $23.50 Concession, $20.50 F/T Students,
Groups 10+ @ $20 each
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Bookings:  TAZ Tix  9255 3336  or Book Online

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