Law Revue

The ANU Law Revue is an annual student-run theatre comedy production, presenting an evening of satirical skits and songs of a political and social nature.

How it works: Each year, the executive team form a panel to hold auditions from which the Law Revue cast is created. The auditions are in early Semester 1 each year and involve acting, basic singing and basic improvisation.
The selected group of students then write skits and songs which they edit and rehearse for performance in early Semester 2. Writing and rehearsing occur at evening meetings twice a week in the ANU Law Common Room.
Tickets for the ANU Law Revue are always for sale in the Law School foyer for two weeks leading up the performance but are also available online. Past Revues have been performed at ANU Arts Centre Main Stage & Drama Lab, The Street Theatre, The Playhouse at Canberra Theatre and Theatre 3.

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