The Greatest Woman in the World
Written by John Bishop
The Greatest Woman in the World, by John Bishop, follows the life of Maria Montessori as she looks back and reflects on what made her the inspiration she became to the world of education, and the challenges facing a young woman intent on a career in Italy at the end of the nineteenth and start of the twentieth century.
The play is compellingly thought-provoking as it traces a life that was revolutionary, ambitious and successful with a subtext of provatre losses, paranoia and betrayal.
- Karen Marais
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As an independent, not-for-profit theatre company, we welcome any form of support. Donations of $2.00 or more are tax-deductible.
The THEATRE 180 Public Fund (ABN: 33 042 434 145) is a tax deductible fund listed on the Australian Government’s Register of Cultural Organisations maintained under Subdivision 30-F of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997.
ALL DONATIONS ARE MAINTAINED IN A SPECIAL PUBLIC FUND ADMINISTRATED BY THEATRE 180 AND THESE FUNDS WILL ONLY BE USED FOR THE PRINCIPAL PURPOSE OF THE ORGANISATION.
THEATRE 180 Public Fund
Robin Tunnicliffe FCPA CPM, Jenny Davis OAM, Stuart Halusz
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