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The Testament of Mary

09 Nov 2017

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In her highly anticipated return to the Malthouse Theatre, Pamela Rabe gives a voice to one of the world’s greatest and most silenced icons in ‘The Testament of Mary’ running until November 26.

In a soaring production that unpicks the stories at the foundation of Western religion, Mary invites the audience to join in her defiance, to examine how myths are made, and to question who has the power to tell them.

“It’s Mary speaking about her personal truth. She’s rewriting the history that we know. She’s asking us to look again,” director Anne-Louise Sarks said.

Years after the crucifixion, young men are hounding the mother of Jesus. The disciples want her to endorse the story they are constructing about her son - stories of a man who performed miracles and rose from the dead.

They say her son is the son of God. She says it is all a lie.

Don’t miss the Malthouse Theatre’s final production for 2017, playing a strictly limited season until November 26.

malthousetheatre.com.au

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