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'Never Never'

'Never Never'

By Jackie van Beek

As part of the Shebang Festival of Women's Theatre

BATS Theatre, Monday 16th - Saturday 28th October, 6:30pm

Directed by Emma Willis Designed by Tracey Monastra

'NEVER NEVER'

This is Jackie's first full- length play. NEVER NEVER is neither a light-hearted Drama nor a full-blown Stage Comedy. It is an extraordinary exploration of the most intense of human relationships coupled with Jackie's unique sense of humour. The comedy arises naturally from the situations presented: a distraught woman living in the back of a car, the fiance of a Jehovah's witness staging an immaculate conception and a drunken bogan portraying his sexuality in the heart of a drinking game. Oh and it's a musical too.

The Company

Directed by EMMA WILLIS (JEALOUS productions.) The cast includes JACKIE herself and PAOLO ROTONDO (star of "The Ugly" & "Stickmen"), MIRANDA MANASIADIS ("Milk", "Fever", "Flood") and ROB MOKORAKA (Capital E performer, "Questions")

NEVER NEVER is a

DARK COMEDY ABOUT FAITH

Also coming to Auckland's SiLO Theatre soon.

For more information contact Producer Bridget Fogarty on (04)3854206

BATS theatre 1 kent terrace, wellington, new zealand bookings phone: 04 802 4175 office phone: 04 802 4176 fax: 04 802 4010 email: bats@actrix.co.nz www.bats.co.nz


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