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621 opinions in 45 minutes.
Inspired by Tim Etchells’ Sight is the Sense, Emma Hall (Australia) performs a poetic study of the personal soapbox and a fantastical ride through the subconscious mind.
“Farting breaks the ice. Ice caps are good places for Japanese butoh dancing. Dancing fills your body with happy chemicals. Chemicals are destroying the oceans. The Arctic is not a safe place to visit. The polar bears are angry with you...”
Written and performed by Emma Hall
Directed by Prue Clark
Set and Lighting Design by Amelia Lever-Davidson
Sound by SS. Sebastian
Mentored by Bagryana Popov
This award-winning solo is a “funny, withering, and moving” piece about the fallibility of thought in our quest to solve the riddles of our world.
★★★★★ "5/5 - beautifully simple, intensely clever... intimate, funny, honest and unlike anything I've seen at the Fringe this year" - ThreeWeeks
★★★★★ “We May Have to Choose is so much more than a monologue. Hall is strong and utterly charming. There is fire in her eyes and in her belly as she reflects on the world. This show will leave your head reeling” - The Australia Times
WINNER 2015 Melbourne Festival Discovery Award
WINNER 2015 Melbourne Fringe WA Tour Ready Award
WINNER 2015 Adelaide Fringe Best Theatre - Weekly Award
Adult themes and language.
No entry after show starts.
Times vary each night, please check your booking carefully
Presented as part of Auckland Fringe festival from 21st February - 12th March 2017.
For the full programme visit www.aucklandfringe.co.nz