Going West 2019 - Studio Theatre Season

Auckland
Thursday to:
12 Sep
Saturday
14 Sep

Venue Location

Lopdell House, 418 Titirangi Rd, Waitakere

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STANDARD:

ADULT
$10.00

Venue Location

Lopdell House, 418 Titirangi Rd, Waitakere

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$1.50
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The Studio Season returns with a two day open rehearsal (free to drop in) followed by a ticketed evening presentation of the rehearsed reading of a new play. The Studio Season is produced by the Graduate Studio, a group of theatre writers who meet once a month at Corban Estate Arts Centre to read and critique their new work.

The Studio is convened by NZ playwright Gary Henderson.


Studio Theatre Season - Duel and Duality

Robert has been charged with the brotherly protection of young Imogen, but Imogen is after his heart – and her mother, his wallet. Robert  is steadfast, but when his past explodes into his present, his resolve comes dangerously unstuck. A black comedy. 

The engagement and laughter of the audience is testament to the insight of Sharp's droll, insightful script – part rom-com, part farce, part buddy-movie. - Nick Smyth, Theatreview, reviewing Dumped by Tracey Sharp, 2014


Studio Theatre Season - Cleanme

Lillian takes a job cleaning Michael’s house. At first she finds him attractive, then finds something deeply disturbing in his bedroom. He’s not who she thought he was. Neither is she. The things your mother never warns you about. 

“It’s a hoot from beginning to end but it’s not a piece for the fainthearted.”  Lexie Matheson, Theatreview, reviewing Bait by Ken Burns, 2016


More information can be found on our website: www.goingwestfest.co.nz
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