A Few Good Men

Papakura Papakura
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23 Jul
06 Aug


41 Elliot St, Papakura, (Opposite RSA)

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SENIOR 65+ with Gold Card
CHILD 12 years and under


Running Time: 2 hours
Interval: 20 minutes


41 Elliot St, Papakura, (Opposite RSA)


Group 10+

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Directed by Anthony Mitchell, Papakura Theatre Company presents Aaron Sorkin's contemporary American classic play A Few Good Men.

Can you handle the truth? Come and witness the play that inspired the classic film starring Jack Nicholson and Tom Cruise.

A young Navy lawyer, Daniel Kaffee, is assigned to defend two Marines on trial for the murder of one of their platoon members. While working towards a plea bargain he is pushed by fellow lawyer Joanne Galloway to dig deeper, forcing him to confront the harsh realities of what it means to stand a post. The play raises the questions of what it means to have honour, dignity, and humanity in an increasingly complex world.

Seats A13 & 14 are held in reserve for companions of patrons with mobility needs who book seats A12 or A15 - please call iTICKET 361 1000 to book. 

From Saturday 25th June, tickets will also be available in person at Off Broadway Theatre, 41 Elliot St (next to Caltex) every Wednesday and Saturday from 11:00am to 2:00pm only. 

Off Broadway Theatre is a small, intimate and friendly space with easy access from street level for people with mobility difficulties. Row A is at ground level and the seating is tiered from Row B upwards, giving everyone a good view of the stage. The licensed bar is open prior to curtain up, during the interval, and again for a short while after the performance. 

Face masks are currently compulsory. If you feel unwell, are awaiting a COVID-19 test result, are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, or have been asked to isolate, please do not visit our theatre.

Thank you for playing your part to keep each other and our people safe.