This week, the Drama School presents Ubu, a Cantonese production of Alfred Jarry’s seminal play, Ubu Roi. Considered to be a forerunner of Theatre of the Absurd and Surrealism, the play caused a riot when it opened in Paris at the end of the 19th century.
This production is being staged in the Studio Theatre every night this week at 7.45 and twice on Saturday the 1st, at 2.45 and 7.45. With many of our graduating students in starring roles, it promises to be as “wild, bizarre and comic” as the original. Tickets @ $50 for students and $95 for the rest of us.