OUTPOST is set to put its own spin on a classic drama when it hosts a performance of Romeo and Juliet at Charles Sturt University on Friday night.
Starting at 6pm, the performance will be held in CSU's creative hub TV studio (building 1399).
And the performance is not what you'll expect, with the script to be flipped so that Juliet will read Romeo's part and Romeo will read Juliet's part.
With both modern and Shakespearean language, this is an empowering contemporary take on a classic play that challenges the way people see young romance.
A fresh, engaging and hilarious spin on Shakespeare, this show is suitable for high school English and Drama students.
OUTPOST is a company of theatre-makers that grew up in regional Australia, coming together to make shows that connect with the experience of country kids through staging contemporary Australian plays and wild new adaptations of older texts.
For more information on Friday night's performance, visit the Facebook event page titled: 'Outpost presents Romeo & Juliet'.