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Stephen Sinclair returns to Circa

Stephen Sinclair returns to Circa with psychological drama

Stephen Sinclair returns to Circa with a fascinating psychological drama.

When Sarah moves in downstairs from dysfunctional couple Den and Russell, dark passions distill into intense hatred and each character develops strong motives for killing either of the other two. Exploring multiple scenarios, the result is a masterful study of wits and wanton betrayal as the plot flirts with the audience as to who'll draw a knife first.


Directed by Danny Mulheron
with

Paul McLaughlin
Miranda Manasiadis

and

Lucy Briant

The team that brought you The Bach returns with Circa Two's 30th birthday production, the world premiere of

By Stephen Sinclair

Dates: 22 April - 20 May
When: 7.30 Tues-Sat, 4.30 Sun
Duration: approx. 1 hour 15 mins.
Where: Circa Two
1 Taranaki St
Wellington
Bookings: 801 7992
Web: www.circa.co.nz
Email: circa@circa.co.nz

Prices
Full: $35
Groups (6+): $30
Seniors: $28
Students: $28
Beneficiaries: $28
Under 25's: $20

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