Children of the Poor

Napier
Thursday to:
18 Jul
Thursday
25 Jul

Venue Location

76 McGrath Street, Napier

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Prices

STANDARD:

EARLYBIRD Earlybird ends 24 June
$22.00
ADULT
$25.00
EB SENIOR 65+ with Gold Card
$17.00
SENIOR 65+ with Gold Card
$20.00
EB STUDENT Student ID required
$12.00
STUDENT Student ID required
$15.00
EB CHILD 12 years and under
$12.00
CHILD 12 years and under
$15.00
FAMILY 2 Adults & 2 Children
$60.00

Timing

Running Time: 140 minutes
Interval: 20 minutes

Venue Location

76 McGrath Street, Napier

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$5.00
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$9.00
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Napier Repertory Players 2019 Youth Production debuts
CHILDREN OF THE POOR by Mervyn Thompson.
An adaption of John A. Lee’s novel.

Children of the Poor follows the formative years of the autobiographical Albany Porcello, a disillusioned adolescent who comes face to face with desperate poverty, misery, crime, and the contempt of Presbyterian Dunedin. This is an ensemble play with the cast playing a number of characters. Thompson's script utilises theatrical devices including direct narration, chorus and movement to connect his audience with Porcello's emotional tale of poverty and hardship.

By arrangement with New Zealand Playmarket.

 

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