Double Feature

Napier Napier
Wednesday to:
11 Aug
13 Aug


76 McGrath Street, Napier

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CONCESSION Seniors 65+ & Students with ID
CHILD 12 years & under


Running Time: 100 minutes
Interval: 20 minutes


76 McGrath Street, Napier


Group 10+

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This year Napier Repertory Players present a Studio Production and a Youth Production on the same night!

Two fabulous one-act productions on one night for one entry price!

Both these productions are also to be entered into this years New Zealand TheatreFest

Jonathan Smith MNZM is bringing us 100 – A strikingly original play combining traditional storytelling with physical theatre, created by The Imaginary Body.

Imagine that you must choose one single memory from your life.
Imagine that choosing this memory is your only way of passing through to eternity.
Imagine that you have just one hour to choose...

100 was first performed at the 2002 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, where it won a Fringe First Award.

On the same night, youth director Jack Hulls presents his Youth Production – Forward To The Right

The story centres on a French female prisoner (Joan of Arc) and her English guard and is set in the early part of the 15th century. It is about the effect her spirit had on people around her - in this case, her prison guard - and the consequences, for both of them, of holding firm to their convictions. This moving play is ultimately about truth and how conviction about it and commitment to it affects people.

First performed at the Ontario One-Act Play Festival in 1981, it won the Best Original Play and Best Production awards.


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