Thomus

Auckland
Tuesday to:
30 Aug
Saturday
10 Sep

Venue Location

Lower Greys Avenue, Auckland City

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Prices

STANDARD:

ADULT
$25.00
CONCESSION Gold Card, Equity Members, Students - all with valid ID
$22.50

CHEAP WEDNESDAY:

SPECIAL
$20.00

Timing

Running Time: 1 hour 40 Minutes
Interval: No Interval

Venue Location

Lower Greys Avenue, Auckland City

Payment Options

Credit Card
2.50%
Bank Transfer
$1.50

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Thomus is a new work entirely in iambic pentameter by Ash Jones.
 
Factory farmed youth ends with the infusion of buying power. The citizen unit goes from child, to adult. He gets responsibility. But Thomus' family unit seems to be on the brink. How do we fix things in place? How do we keep things ok? Do we act? Or do we let the market run its course? 
 
When our parents act like children theres no room for our youth. Thomus is in a new city; falling in new love; making new friends. He will let his new power be known.
 
Inspired by David Lynch films and youthful angst, Thomus will be one quick, impact-full, psycho-thriller.
 
Thomus features Milo Cawthorne (Deathgasm, Power Rangers), Amelia Reynolds (Tiny Deaths, Stomach), Arlo Gibson (Shortland Street, Step Dave), Bruce Hopkins (Lord of the Rings), Paul Ballard, Michelle Leuthart (Social Climbers, The Almighty Johnsons) and Oliver Cox (Ollie is a Martian).

Written and directed by Ash Jones
Set design by Andrew Foster
Lighting design by Rachel Marlow
Sound design by John Gibson and Tom Dennison


PLEASE NOTE:  
This show contains violence and strong sexual references.
No entry to theatre after show has started.