The First 7500 Days of My Life

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10 Oct
24 Oct

Venue Location

Lower Greys Avenue, Auckland City

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Running Time: 60 Minutes
Interval: No Interval

Venue Location

Lower Greys Avenue, Auckland City

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The Presentation of Findings from My Scientific Survey of the First 7500 Days of My Life, Done in the Interest of Showing You How to Live Better Lives

Some people collect stamps, some people play sports, and some people undertake in-depth scientific surveys for each day of their entire lives. Let's just say that Max Addison doesn't collect stamps or play sports. The presentation of the findings from Max's survey, findings that could indeed be literally considered their life's work, will be a momentous occasion. To not attend such a momentous occasion could easily be construed as oafish or unthinking. Max is certain that you will wish to avoid this pitfall.

Written by Uther Dean. Directed by Nisha Madhan. Starring: Saraid Cameron, Arlo Gibson (Step Dave), Anthony Crum, Ravi Gurunathan, Andrew Gunn, Doug Grant.

The First 7500 Days of My Life and The 21st Narcissus are part of the annual Young & Hungry Festival, featuring original plays and new voices. Produced by the Basement Theatre and directed, designed and performed by a team of top theatre industry professionals and the most talented young performers and technicians around.


Latecomers cannot be admitted.