Date(s) - Saturday, 22/03/2014
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Griffith Duncan Theatre
300 performances in 15 countries.
Now in Australia for the first time.
Showing in Sydney & Melbourne AND (by special request!) The University of Newcastle.
A one-man show by actor/director Yannis Simonides, Emmy Award winner and former professor and chair of the NYU Tisch Drama Department.
He has performed for the United Nations and European Parliament; with sell-out shows at Oxford, Harvard and Cambridge.
“Restless, humorous, brilliant and fascinating.”
Odyssey Magazine, New York
“A superhuman effort on the part of the actor in a splendid coordination of text, movement and speech.”
Luxembourger Wort, Luxembourg
When? 7:00 pm, Saturday, 22nd March.
Where? The Griffith Duncan Theatre.
- Guests: $35
- Concession: $30
- Students: $20
- Club members: $15 ($2 gets you club membership for an entire year!).
Purchase tickets through Eventbrite, and use the PROMO CODE: NUPHILO1 (letter o, not zero) for the $15 member price.
Contact us to find out more.
The Apology of Socrates
Plato’s timeless classic comes to life through a fascinating one-man show.
A unique cultural experience and political challenge.
Includes post-performance discussion.
The play is a dramatic interpretation of the defence of Socrates; on trial for “corrupting the youth” with his pesky questioning; and not believing in the city’s gods. It is one of the first trials in recorded history.
Plato’s Apology is the classic record of the trial.