Free Tickets to Artes Christi's performance of The Jeweler's Shop
Published: Monday 20th October 2014
Before he was a pope, before he was even a priest, John Paul II (Karol Wojytla) was a playwright and actor in Poland's Rhapsodic Theatre, a secret underground theatre group strictly prohibited by the Nazis. With original performances under candlelight with no sets, props or even an audience, the Rhapsodic plays instead relied entirely on the truth and drama of "the word".
The Jeweler's Shop is the most famous of the plays that St John Paul II wrote and is a deeply moving insight into his extraordinary understanding of love, relationships and marriage.
The Jeweler's Shop will be showing at 7.30pm, 24 October at The Kaleide Theatre, 360 Swanston St, Melbourne (RMIT University); and at 7.30pm, 25 October at The Seymour Centre, Cnr City and Cleveland Streets, Chippendale (Sydney).
To register for your complimentary tickets (maximum 2) email firstname.lastname@example.org
include in the subject line "THE JEWELER'S SHOP Ticket Offer ACU (Location: Melbourne or Sydney)
include in email itself your name, email address, whether you are an ACU student or staff member, which ACU campus you are on (Melbourne or Ballarat/ North Sydney or Strathfield) and the number of tickets that you would like (up to 2).
A return email will be sent confirming the availability of your tickets. Tickets are a strictly limited time offer so staff should register there interest ASAP.
If you have any further questions about this offer please email email@example.com