Adapted & directed by Michael Sharmon
AFTEC Emerging Director 2016
“Women feel just as men feel.”
– Jane Eyre
Orphaned at ten, Jane Eyre is sent to live with her aunt who despises her. Strong and outspoken, the young girl tries to rise up against this. Not knowing what to do with her, her aunt sends her to a boarding school where she meets the sympathetic Miss Temple, who inspires her to become a teacher. Jane often dreams of a world where women can have the same opportunities as men, and when she finishes her education, she advertises and gets a position as the Governess of a young French girl at Thornfield Hall where she meets the mysterious Mr Edward Rochester. The attraction between Jane and Rochester is almost immediate but Rochester has a secret that he hides from the world. . . Will this secret ruin Jane’s chances of happiness?
This beloved novel by Charlotte Brontë from 1847 is a classic that deserves to be re-interpreted, re-invented and re-told time and time again. Don’t miss this new production by AFTEC and Emerging Director Michael Sharmon this summer!
About Emerging Directors Programme
The Emerging Directors programme offers the opportunity to train locally and abroad. Emerging Director 2016 Michael Sharmon is directing Jane Eyre after receiving a 5-week MA-level training at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA).
Featuring a cast of professional and young actors
26-27.8.2016 | Fri-Sat | 8pm
28.8.2016 | Sun | 2:30pm
Y Studio, Youth Square, Chai Wan
$120 ( Free seating)
Tickets at URBITX
For aged 6 and above
Approx 1 hour 15 min
*50% discount for full-time students, the disabled and minders, senior citizens aged 60 or above and CSSA recipients.
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