Image Credit: Geoffrey Rush as King Berenger in Exit The King, 2009 Photograph by Hugh Hartshorne.
Arts Centre Melbourne presents
The Extraordinary Shapes of Geoffrey Rush
A fascinating exhibition celebrating one of Australia’s best-known and most-respected actors.
Geoffrey Rush has earned international acclaim throughout his prolific career on both stage and screen. This exhibition reflects on his many achievements to date and explores his ability to inhabit characters through a remarkable physical and verbal dexterity.
Featuring costumes, photographs, moving image and personal items, the exhibition highlights roles created by Geoffrey Rush in plays including Exit the King, The Diary of a Madman and The Importance of Being Earnest, and in films such as Shine, Quills, Pirates of the Caribbean and The King’s Speech.
Geoffrey Rush book signing Geoffrey Rush will be signing copies of The Extraordinary Shapes of Geoffrey Rush exhibition catalogue Sunday 20 October, 2.00pm - 2.45pm Foyer outside Gallery 1 Catalogues can be purchased for $10
Curator talk Tour of The Extraordinary Shapes of Geoffrey Rush Tuesday 15 October, 1pm Gallery 1 FREE, bookings not required
Guided Tours Make the most of your visit with the Gallery & State Theatre Tour. Enjoy an in-depth guided tour of the exhibition followed by a tour through the ornate State Theatre and a glass of Australian sparkling wine. Bookings essential.
Information for schools and students The exhibition is best suited to Years 7-12. Guided tours are on offer for students, subject to availability. Read more.
From the Performing Arts Collection Search our online catalogue to take a sneak peak at selected Geoffrey Rush material that is now part of the Performing Arts Collection.