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Unitec With Support From Q Theatre Presents.. 2063

When:

Sun 15 Nov 2015, 5:30pm–7:45pm
Tue 17 Nov 2015, 7:30pm–9:45pm
Wed 18 Nov 2015, 7:30pm–9:45pm
Thu 19 Nov 2015, 7:30pm–9:45pm
Fri 20 Nov 2015, 7:30pm–9:45pm

Where: Q Theatre, 305 Queen Street, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adults: $20.00
  • Concession (unwaged, seniors): $15.00
  • Student: $10.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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A fast-paced, energetic and original devised theatre piece, collaboratively created by Unitec’s 3rd year students and Pedro Ilgenfritz as their graduation project. A whirlwind of a show that will leave audiences breathless.

Dates:
12 November (Preview) @7.30pm
13-20 November @7.30pm
15 Nov (Sunday) @5.30pm
* no show on Monday

Venue: Q Theatre Loft
Running time: 2hr 30mins (incl. interval)
Ticket price: $10 - $20 (service fees apply)
Buy tickets here: http://qtheatre.co.nz/2063 or https://www.patronbase.com/_QTheatre/Productions/5927/Performances

Synopsis:
Sebastian is fed up with his life, his job, and relationships.

His indecision leads to him visiting a psychic, who reveals to him a story of New Zealand set in the year 2063. New Zealand is a nation transformed. The sea levels have risen forcing a mass migration of refugees, who find asylum in the regions south of Auckland. As the refugees begin to build a strong society and elect leaders, a political crisis arises, as the refugee’s desire a peaceful cultural diversity, whilst the ‘The City’ seeks control.

Sebastian’s granddaughter Lou is a pivotal figure in this story. In her lies the answer for Sebastian’s struggles and the future of the entire country.

Crossing through multiple genres – this piece has been referred to by watchers as a comedic telling of a political mystery thriller. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to travel to another world and see this vibrant original work on stage.

Director and Dramaturge: Pedro Ilgenfritz
Researcher and Script Advisor: Paul Janman
Set Design and Props: Rachael Walker
Costume Design: Anna Tarr and Mary Anne Poor
Costume Assistants: Rihanna Crawford and Karlene Charlton
Lighting Designer: Marshall Bull and Zack Howells
Choreography: Kelly Nash
Stage Manager: Amber Molloy
Assistant Stage Manager: Mia Zhyo and Ariana Shipman
Production team: Taylor Griffin and Rhian Firmin
Publicist: Peter Rees

Cast

The World of the Reading
Sebastian Blaise Clotworthy
Sacha Sarah Nessia
Esmé Ava Diakhaby

The Southern Lands
Lou Sadia Gordon
Frankie Rhian Firmin
Luna Brianna Smith
Isla Koosi Holly Stokes
Yakov Tomson Michael Jamieson
Tala Kateri Waimarie Stone
J Taylor Griffin
Te Rangimarie Adam Rohe
Oscar Tumble James Corcoran

The Crowd: Grace Augustine, Trinity Whyte, Taylor Griffin, Amber Liberté, Brianna Smith, Holly Stokes, Michael Jamieson, Waimarie Stone, Adam Rohe, James Corcoran, Tyler Brailey, Sam Goodger, Shannon Hawkey, Michael Wightman.

The City
Thomas Mackenzie James Corcoran
Grant Bishop Tyler Brailey
Elizabeth Fin Amber Liberté
Eleanor Gibbon Grace Augustine
John Jebsen Sam Goodger
General Carlotta Shannon Hawkey
Henry Tabasco Michael Wightman
Pam Trinity Whyte

Musicians
Composer: Sarah Nessia
Musical Directors: Sarah Nessia and Blaise Clotworthy
Keys: Sarah Nessia and Amber Liberté
Guitar: Dylan Underwood and Lucas Haugh
Bass: Dylan Underwood and Lucas Haugh
Drums: Dylan Underwood and Lucas Haugh

Produced by: Unitec Institute of Technology, Department of Performing and Screen Arts

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