Myth And The Real World By Thomas Quirk

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Over 2000 years ago in the great fire at the Library of Alexandria, some of the greatest works from Homer, Aristotle, Plato and Socrates were lost. Many believe Julius Caesar to be the culprit. Caesar, on the other hand, blames Aurelian. And Aurelian says he saw Pope Theophilus do it.

Now, an ensemble of actors-turned-fearless-explorers time-hop back to 48 BC to discover the culprit and uncover The Lost Works. Walking a thin line between mythology and reality, Myth and the Real World is a study into how the fallacies of the past become the truths of the present and what it means to re-write history and influence contemporary culture.

WHERE: Roundhouse Theatre
WHEN: Monday, 11th July 2016
TIME: 6:00pm (60mins)

PRICE: $12 Individually / HWY Pass (All 10 showings): $100

A part of La Boite Theatre Company's HWY Festival - book now at
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By: La Boite Theatre Company

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