The UWA French Club Play is a club tradition spanning over 70 years. After a four year lapse, the UWA French Club has revived this tradition to bring you the play Lysistrata.
This is a seductive comedy with a strong political bent. Set during the Peloponnesian War, the women of Greece decide to use their sexual power in an effort to curtail the ongoing conflict. The play dates back to 411 BC, yet it remains undoubtedly relevant to today's society.
The play will be entirely in French and we will be screening English subtitles. This year, we are lucky enough to have engaged the talent of professional French director, Stella Sulak to lead our dedicated 17-person cast. She has been working with the cast every Sunday since August.
We also have the privilege of working with WAAPA's graduates Zac Whitcombe (Lighting) and Petro Vouris (Composition) who have created the original lighting and music uniquely for this performance.
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