Jan
30
2012

Riveting new play at Theatre Royal Hobart

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A wonderful new play for all ages – performed by one of Tasmania's most experienced actors Iain Lang – takes to the stage this week at Theatre Royal in Hobart.

The Boy with the Longest Shadow tells the fascinating story of twins with very different approaches to life and the challenges they face. Along the way tension builds between the boys, with Atticus always appearing to live in the shadow of his brother Adam despite their similar appearance.

Audiences will wondering how Atticus plans to change the situation and what impact will it have on Adam?

Although the tale was originally written for children aged between nine and 12, the quality and themes of this production will engage the whole family.

Written by Finegan Kruckemeyer and directed by Annette Downs, the young boys' journey is imaginatively brought to life by the exceptional Lang.

Theatre lovers can see The Boy with the Longest Shadow from February 1 to February 4, with both morning and evening performances costing $19 for adults, $9 for children and students, and $38 for a family.

Tickets to this great Tasmanian production can be purchased directly through Theatre Royal.

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