Two One Act NZ Plays

Timaru
Friday to:
31 Mar
Friday
07 Apr

Venue Location

198 Church St, Timaru

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Prices

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ADULT
$24.00

Timing

Running Time: 2 hours 20 minutes
Interval: 20 minutes

Venue Location

198 Church St, Timaru

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$4.00
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$9.00
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Two award winning NZ one act plays.

  1. "Stuff: A Play on Words" by Patrick Evans. Mysterious, surreal farce, a bit the Monty Python way. Clint Eastwood (Warren) makes a surprise  appearance at a dinner party and Clarence, Chloris , Darren and Doris indulge in verbal pyrotechnics and ponder the meaning of life.
     
  2. "Book of Fame" by Carl Nixon from the novel by Lloyd Jones..Others have said of this popular play 
  • “The audience roared and stamped at the concluding haka.” 
  • “The Book of Fame is unquestionably a walk with the ancestors, a glimpse of a time gone by that still survives inside the psyche of a nation”.
  • “But even if you're a heretic or a recusant and names such as Billy Wallace, George Nicholson and Fats Newton leave you cold, The Book of Fame is a must-see"

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