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a story of two sisters united even through death..

2 Time Winners of Fringe Awards Return

3girls6legs Productions in association with Young and Hungry Arts Trust Presents…

for georgie

what: a story of two sisters united even through death..
…melancholic, evocative, mysterious and sensual

where: BATS Theatre bookings on 04 802 4175

when: 5 – 8 March 9:30 pm

why: Fringe Festival 2003

how: $16 full $14 concession $10 friend of the fringe


Following 3girls6legs’ critically acclaimed 2002 production of indiscretions, writer Kathryn van Beek, director Natalie Hitchcock and producer Pia Midgley, return to the Wellington Fringe Festival for a 3rd year with for georgie

“for georgie deals with Georgie’s sister Tessa and her dark obsession with water, motorbikes, love and rock n roll. All Georgie has left is Tessa’s video-d ‘suicide note’.” says writer Kathryn van Beek. Kathryn’s writing credits include award-winning little death, french toast and language of angels (co-written with Jodie Rimmer). van Beek has been described as “a connoisseur of human interaction” Tom Rodwell Sunday Star Times 27.10.02, “a new talent on the rise” John Smythe - National Business Review.

“This year I am focusing on writing just the one play for the Fringe – I’ve loved my year studying in Wellington and I’m looking forward to bringing for georgie to BATS”. Kathryn has completed her MA in Scriptwriting at Victoria University Institute of Modern Letters.

Director Natalie Hitchcock has also had a busy year. Directing three plays at the SiLO Theatre in Auckland including a successful season of Pinter’s A Slight Ache.

Pia Midgley, will be taking to the stage as Georgie as well as fulfilling her usual role as producer.
“I love being involved in the Fringe Festival, this year will be even more exciting. I’m really looking forward to the challenge of a solo show…while there’s drama there’s also a feast of multimedia including video, Kathryn’s original music and a motorcycle!”– producer/actor Pia Midgley

"for georgie the one Fringe show not to miss coming to you from 3girls6legs, the funky Theatre Company that bought you LITTLE DEATH in 2001 and INDISCRETIONS in 2002"


For more information please contact
Vicki Cooksley 021 703 977 or vcooksley@hotmail.com

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