FM Theatre Productions has announced three additional shows of critically-acclaimed comedy Sunrise being performed in the intimate setting of the Splendid in Valletta. The three former performances were packed and the four shows this weekend are completely sold out. The extra shows will run from 27 to 29 February.
Penned by actor, comedian, writer, and cartoonist Jessie Cave, who is best known for her role as Lavender Brown in the Harry Potter film series, Sunrise is comic storytelling of the highest order. Protagonist Jessie shares stories about dating after a complex break-up and trying to get her personal life in order, all before her kids wake up.
Audiences to the first weekend of this one-woman show have been wowed by Rebecca Camilleri’s poignant and oftentimes hilarious portrayal of Jessie. It is a roller-coaster of a role, and the actor has expertly captured the myriad emotions of the many characters she inhabits. Director Chiara Hyzler has drawn on her experience and unique vision to bring the script to life.
“We are extremely thrilled by the reaction we’ve had to the show so far,” says Hyzler. “That so many members of the audience have commented to us that they relate in one way or the other to the characters that we meet has made our efforts extra special.
“It also gives us enormous satisfaction that due to the demand of tickets we will have the pleasure of bringing this fantastic and hilarious production to audiences who may have missed out on booking so far, allowing us to share Jessie’s wonderful experiences even further,” she adds.
Sunrise by Jessie Cave will be staged by FM Theatre Productions this weekend 20, 21, 22, 23 February 2020. The additional three performances take place on Thursday 27 at 6.30pm, Friday 28 at 7.30pm and Saturday 29 February at 7.30pm.
Tickets for Sunrise are priced at €20 and are very limited, so book yours today via email on firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the ticket hotline on 9904 8169.
The show is being staged at The Splendid, 74 Triq id- Dejqa, Valletta. This production is suitable for audiences aged 18 years or over. More information may be found online at www.fmtheatre.com.