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Todmorden Amateur Operatic and Dramatic SocietyReading in Shelton, Connecticut:
Auditions for Cathy and Heathcliffe (sic) parts only on this night
Auditions for all other parts
Lucy Gough has written a passionate new adaptation of the timeless classic. Emily Brontë's gothic tale of tortured love is brought to the stage in all its turbulent, passionate glory. Long before Twilight stirred the emotions of a generation, Wuthering Heights embodied the eternal pull between good and evil, dark and light, and heaven and hell.
This exhilarating and vibrant adaptation of the literary classic brings to life the all-encompassing love between the taciturn, brooding Heathcliff and the emotionally unstable Catherine. Their destructive relationship is one of the most enduring love stories of English literature. It's terrific theatre which is completely true to the essence of the book. (Via Todmorden News)
Plumb Memorial LibraryRetro Reads — Friday, April 25, 6 p.m. This new book group considers classics from youth: Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë this month. Read or re-read and share opinions and snacks, a reader’s Happy Hour; new members welcome, copies of the book available. (Via Shelton Herald)