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Indecent Flesh, New At Bats Theatre

Coming Next To Bats Theatre...

Toi Whakaari : NZ Drama School 3rd Year production by INDECENT FLESH CO-OP


A SPACE WITHOUT BOUNDARIES

A devised panoramic exploration of land, light and skin, 'indecent flesh' brings you a physical exploration of the universal self, expressed through the eyes and skin of three Polynesian actors. With live percussion, it is a show with a uniquely Pacific flavour.

"Every landscape is a museum of extracts, an anthology of fragments, an album of glimpses. Feelings about places haunt us and inspire us. We seek clues in the landscape for answers to the riddle, the secret of where we are, who we are, here on earth. Landscapes are schemes of connections and recollections, of inklings and murmurs. There is some deep, personal distilation of concept and emotion in our favourite landscapes, those places to which we often return, even if only in memory". (David Eggleton 1999)

This project showcases the work of Anapela Polataivao, Si'i Leota and Kayte Ferguson, third year students currently completeing their final year in the Acting Degree Programme at toi Whakaari: The NZ Drama School. Featuring the Designs of Auckland based-artist Paulus McKinnon and the lighting of Nyree Andrews.

Direction by Nina Nawalowalo and Helen Todd.

Opens Thursday 15th June and performs every night (except sundays) at 7pm until Saturday 24th.

VERY SHORT SEASON... DO NOT DELAY !!!

tickets FULL PRICE $14.00 or CONCESSION $10.00

bookings 802-4175 www.bats.co.nz

for more information phone 021 292 3237 or indecentflesh@hotmail.com


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