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Werewolf

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Binge Culture

Anything can happen in the dark if you’re not paying attention.

A thrilling new live experience from Binge Culture, Werewolf feels almost like a game by daylight - but takes on a whole new life when plunged into the night.

Are you paying attention?

Inspired by the classic game of deception, Werewolf features a chilling sound design and a unique immersive performance format - where the audience can participate as much or as little as they want. However you decide to play it, everyone becomes part of a makeshift community coming together to make it through the night.

What is hiding in the darkness that is making everyone so nervous?

You must pay attention.

"A clever commentary on mob mentality and fearmongering; how quickly humans can turn into monsters" - Regional News

Binge Culture is a contemporary performance company based in Wellington Te Whanganui-a-Tara, established in 2008. Previous work from Binge has toured boundary-pushing original work throughout Aotearoa and internationally.

Werewolf features sound design by Oliver Devlin and gripping performances from Karin McCracken, Arlo Gibson, and Joel Baxendale.

Created by Joel Baxendale, Freya Daly Sadgrove, Oliver Devlin, Karin McCracken, and Ralph Upton.

AUDIENCE CARE: Werewolf contains flashing lights, loud noises, and unsettling content.

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