Thursday, 7 April 2016

Shakespeare's Fairytales Director's Profile - Danielle Irvine

Danielle Irvine is a proud Newfoundlander who has had to travel a lot for her work. Highlights of her career include teaching at the National Theatre School of Canada for 6 years; two seasons at the Stratford Festival of Canada; and winning such national awards as the prestigious Canada Council John Hirsch Prize for Directing. Danielle was also a participant in the World Stage Festival 2000’s Master Class for Directors. She has directed theatrical productions of all sizes and types and in many theatres and found locations. She is the current artistic director of Perchance Theatre at Cupids and Sweetline Theatre. She has been a casting director for film and tv for the past 7 years, most recently with the Netflix Series, Frontier. She is loving the opportunity to work with the Shakespeare's Fairytales cast and crew, and to be pushing creative boundaries while working with Shakespeare’s words in new ways. (Exit, pursued by bear)

Sweetline Theatre Company presents

Shakespeare's Fairytales: Owl Was a Baker's Daughter
April 28th-29th, 2016
Leaside Manor
39 Topsail Rd, St. John's, NL 

Cash Bar opens at 6:30pm; Show starts promptly at 7pm.

“Shakespeare’s Fairytales” shines a light on the origins of playwright William Shakespeare’s most beloved stories, including The Merchant of Venice, King Lear, The Winter’s Tale, As You Like It, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

Directed by Danielle Irvine with story coaching by Dale Jarvis, “Shakespeare’s Fairytales” stars Elizabeth Hicks, Lynn Panting, Lauren Shepherd, and Alanah Whiteway, spinning the tales that inspired theatre’s greatest stories.

It’s a show you will love, more than fresh meat loves salt.

Limited run, limited seating! Get your tickets now through Eventbrite.

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