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Tigerplay At Bats Theatre

Tigerplay At Bats Theatre

A cluttered table, a mattress in the kitchen and an old sofa. Two exits. One to a bedroom, the other to the outside. With a flat haunted by the memory of a dead flatmate, a drugged-out girlfriend and a growing obsession with the tiger at the zoo, it's no wonder Roz is coming unstuck.

A hard hitting black comedy performed by graduates of the New Zealand College of Performing Arts. “a powerful though at times violent play that is nevertheless stimulating and thought provoking.” Dominion Post

“Strong and tight direction has delivered up a powerful and riveting performance … I was utterly gobsmacked and could hardly move as it ended .. never forget the performance I saw.” ‘Janis’ – anonymous reviewer

Tigerplay Season: Wednesday 25 – Saturday 28 January
Time: 7pm
Tickets: $15 waged / $12 concession book now! book@bats.co.nz by Gary Hendersen

ENDS


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