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MTC goes global

18 Mar 2014

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It is the first time in 30 years that the MTC has taken a show outside Australia.

David Williamson’s show performed from Wednesday March 12 through to Sunday March 15 as part of the theatre’s World Stages: International Theater Festival.

The touring team, including MTC artistic director Brett Sheehy, executive director Virginia Lovett, Williamson and the cast, also attended a welcome function at the residence of Australian Ambassador to the USA, Kim Beazley.

Ms Lovett said the crowd loved the performance MTC gave.

“The cast were in high energy mode and did a fabulous job. They really went out there and wowed the audience,” Ms Lovett said.

“The Australian Ambassador and his guests and everyone around me in the theatre loved it and were laughing and enjoying David’s wonderful play.”

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