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White Men

Where: BATS Theatre, 1 Kent Tce, Wellington

Restrictions: All Ages

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The Adam Foundation Season.
Presented with the support of BATS’ Co-Pro 2021.

From Red Scare Theatre Company.
Written by Abby Howells.

Five men (all played by women) are sitting on the top of a mountain.

The sea laps at their feet.

The rising tide has engulfed the whole world and only the most privileged remain.

Soon the sea will envelop them, if they do not figure out a plan.

A hilarious new satire from award-winning playwright Abby Howells (Harlequeen, Benedict Cumberbatch Must Die), directed by Carrie Green (He Kura Kōrero).

Abby Howells - Peter Harcourt New Playwright of the Year
-Wellington Theatre Awards 2019

Cast:

Greer Phillips
Jane Waddell
Mycah Keall
Emma Katene
Sameena Zehra

Crew:

Director: Carrie Green
Producer: Cassandra Tse
Marketing: James Cain
Lighting Design: Jennifer Lal
Set Design: Lucas Neal
Costume Design: Emma Stevens
Stage Manager: Samantha Burnard
Red Scare Theatre Company was founded in 2013 by
Cassandra Tse and Bruno Shirley.

We are a non-profit theatre company based out of Wellington, New Zealand, and we are dedicated to staging dynamic productions of contemporary scripted work. As an organisation, Red Scare is interested in exploring the role of music in theatre and championing original New Zealand plays, and prides itself on presenting bold, inspiring productions interpreted by some of Wellington’s finest theatre practitioners.

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