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NZ Premiere Of "The Pain & The Passion"

Release: Resident Theatre Group at The Rose Centre, School Road, Belmont, Auckland. Ph: 445.9900 Fax: 445.6606

The New Zealand Premiere of
THE PAIN AND THE PASSION
Written and Directed by Sherry Ede
JUNE 10 – 24, 2000

The story of Richard Pearse, the genius New Zealand aviator, who built a powered flying machine in his backyard shed. This new play looks at the man himself, his passion to follow a dream and the passions and dreams within us all. Based on the recently published novel “Oh For The Wings of a Moth” by aviator/historian Geoff Rodliffe, Informative, passionate and entertaining.

OPENING GALA NIGHT PERFORMANCE June 10th ’00. Arrive from 7.15pm. Show commences at 8.00pm. Enjoy a drink of your choice and nibbles.
ALL WELCOME.

Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 8.00pm Two matinees: Sunday June 11th at 2.00pm OR Sunday June 18th at 2.00pm – In association with ARTFORMZ 2000

All Tickets $15. Concession (Seniors/Students) $12 GROUP BOOKINGS OF 12 or more at $12 each (PLEASE phone to book as some nights presold)

To book a seat for any performance call Doug Bourke on 486.3835 (Or the Rose Centre on 445.9900 weekday mornings 9 – 2pm)

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