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This Week Is Your Last Chance To See HOME....

'Home is a lyrical piece that is both touching and satisfying.' -Evening Post

Presented by Baggage Co-op (Other productions include Questions (Fringe Best New Work 1999), Soul Food 2000 (Fringe Spoken Word 2000), and Po@rt.nz (Fringe Spoken Word 2001)).

HOME

Season: 20 July ­ 4 August Time: Tuesday ­ Saturday 7.30pm Tickets $15 / $12

Resounding with the rhythm and poetry of black America, the play HOME, by award winning African American playwright Samm-Art Williams, makes it¹s New Zealand debut at BATS Theatre.

Told with humour and emotion, the play¹s themes of connection and alienation to land will strongly resonate with New Zealand audiences.

Baggage Co-op is committed to creating and promoting works that incorporate a variety of mediums, cultures and languages and that encourage people to risk new experiences.


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