Do you sell tickets for an event, performance or venue?
Find out more about Eventfinda Ticketing.

You missed this – Subscribe & Avoid FOMO!
Te Pou Rangatahi Season 2019

When:

Wed 16 Oct 2019, 7:00pm–10:00pm
Thu 17 Oct 2019, 7:00pm–10:00pm
Fri 18 Oct 2019, 7:00pm–10:00pm
Sat 19 Oct 2019, 7:00pm–10:00pm

Where: Corban Estate Arts Centre, 2 Mount Lebanon Ln, Henderson, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $20.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: Elephant Publicity

Te Pou Theatre is excited to present for another consecutive year - The Rangatahi Season!

From 16-19th October, Te Pou Theatre will be hosting their annual Rangatahi Season, which sees four exciting works presented by writers, directors, actors, and producers taking a role in the arts for the first time under the mentorship and support of the Te Pou whānau to the public.

These shows are double billed so one ticket will get you access to both shows in the evening. Book your tickets today by emailing info@tepoutheatre.nz!

Kingdom of Katz
16th and 18th October
Supporting new producer Jane Leonard and established playwright Albert Belz takes as he takes to the stage for the first time. Having taken Disney from the worst performing studio in Hollywood to number one within four years and having pushed their intellectual properties to number one across the entire spectrum of global entertainment - my boss decided to fire me.

Welcome to the summer of 1994, the summer I went to war with Disney. My name’s Jeffrey Katzenberg and this is my story… The story about the rise and fall and rise again of Hollywood’s most successful modern film producer.

Written by Albert Belz
Directed by Tainui Tukiwaho
Starring Albert Belz and Jane Leonard

Note: This show will be performed in the Cellar Foyer on Corban Estate Arts Centre.

Temperance
16th and 18th October
Supporting new playwright and producer Annette Morehu and emerging director Amber Curreen.
Temperance explores the themes of; childhood trauma, sisterhood and the tie that can never be severed, love; good love, bad love, new love, potential love, a mother’s love...

The play is set in a clinic, where Temperance waits with her big sister, Prudence. Prudence is more interested in the blanket she is crocheting than supporting her little sister, but Temperance is just glad Prudence is even here at all. The lovely, and ethereal, Nurse Jackie takes care of Temperance as she prepares for the ‘procedure’. At first, like everything, Temperance isn’t taking it too seriously, but as the weight of her decision weighs on her, Temperance is forced to face up to reality, and find out who really has her best interests at heart.

Written by: Annette Morehu
Directed: Amber Curreen

Starring: Tuakoi Ohia, Brady Peeti and Tyler Wilson Kokiri

Note: This show will be performed in the Cellar Theatre on Corban Estate Arts Centre.

Lunar State
17th and 19th October
Supporting new company Lunar State
Lunar State is the story of a world that goes past the point of no return. Beginning in darkness, the moon has disappeared from the night and Cookie Sheila Levin holds a lightbulb in front of her, she is a scientist from the future trying to find answers and she guides the audience on a journey to a time when the world was balanced.

Devised by Sheyney Ansin, Emily Hurley and Bridie Sisson
Directed by Kate Parker
Starring Sheyney Ansin, Emily Hurley and Bridie Sisson
Note: This show will be performed on the main stage in Te Pou Theatre, Shed 1 on Corban Estate Arts Centre.

Racists Anonymous
17th and 19th October
Supporting new playwright Chris Rex Martin and director Tyler Wilson-Kokiri
“Racists Anonymous”, a comedy about reformed racists who gather at a weekly support group to learn about different cultures to help relinquish their racist ways. This week they’re learning about the Maori myth Tinerau and Kae - but not everyone’s excited to be learning about the origins of Kapa Haka…

Written by: Chris Rex Martin
Directed by: Tyler Wilson Kokiri

Starring: Lucy Elliott, Tuakoi Ohia, Briar Collard, Chris Rex Martin and Nicol Munro

Note: This show will be performed on the smaller stage in Te Pou Theatre, Shed 1 on Corban Estate Arts Centre.

Restaurants to book near Te Pou Rangatahi Season 2019