Eros and Psyche
Written and composed by June Clark
Directed by Peta Flanigan
Audiences will be taken on an enthralling journey as the Stirling Players present the World Premiere of Eros and Psyche, a mythical musical about the most romantic love story of all time.
Eros, the young and mischievous God of Love, doted on by his mother Aphrodite, falls in love with the beautiful mortal girl, Psyche. Their forbidden romance forces Psyche to not only face her envious sister, but prove to Aphrodite she is worthy to be with her son.
This is a story of how the soul suffers to reach that place of unconditional love where nothing can destroy this most powerful of emotions.
Stirling Theatre, Morris Place, Innaloo
May 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23, 27, 28, 29
All shows at 8pm except Sunday matinees at 2pm
Tickets $20 full, $16 concession, $14 members
Bookings open from Monday 12 April 2010 through Morris News 9440 1040 and BOCS 9484 1133
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