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Collision Course ­ Are You On It?

This week!
Last chance!
Don’t miss!

Briar Grace-Smith¹s show “When Sun and Moon Collide” packs a punch. If you haven’t seen it yet, get to it this week. And for fans of Waimihi Hotere’s sandwiched between her tour of “Urban Taniwha,” and the return of “Blue Smoke,” Waimihi steps into the role of local cop, Travis. Rachel House has departed for a tour of “Nga Pou Wahine” to Noumea.

What people have said about the show:

"Once again Briar Grace-Smith has shown what a great storyteller she is. She combines physical and emotional action with the mystic and mysterious in a tension-packed, many-layered psychological thriller-cum-murder mystery" (Evening Post)

"Riveting performances" (Evening Post)

"A great success for Briar Grace-Smith as she examines the tragic dimension of a resonantly symbolic land..." (The Dominion)

Come and see the show soon. It finishes this Saturday (Oct 28).

Thanks, Mel Johnston Producer + publicist

PS Feeling budget? We¹ve got a huge set turn-around between our show and Jackie van Beek’s 6.30pm show “Never never”. If you’re keen, help us out and see the show for free.

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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