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The Tempest Comes To A Scout Hall

Peripeteia with the kind assistance of The Murray Hutchinson Creative Trust presents

The Tempest

By William Shakespeare


An island in the middle of nowhere. Prospero and his daughter have been stranded for 12 years. He has become an expert in ancient magic. When a boat full of his old enemies appears he will stop at nothing to wreak his revenge - while trying to preserve the next generation from their terrible history.

Shakespeare's final statement about the elements of the universe, the theatre, and the nature of humanity is brought to you this summer in an 80-year-old sea scout hall just ten minutes drive from Auckland's city centre.

Peripeteia (Cymbeline, Pinocchio, Much Ado About Nothing) return with another flip-a-coin production which promises unpredictability, laughter, tears, and a top-quality night out. Arrive early, cast the play and be part of a truly unique performance - no night is the same!

"This is theatre the way Shakespeare intended it" - Imogen Neale, The Lumiere Reader

with: Arthur Meek (The Hollow Men), Madeleine Hyland (Othello) , Daniel Mainwaring (Cymbeline) , Laurel Devenie (Chapman Tripp Nominee for The Graduate) , Trygve Wakenshaw (The Magic Chicken, The Mystery of Irma Vep) , Brooke Williams (The Crucible) , Jacob Tamaiparea (Taki Rua) , Colleen Davis (Angels in America), Frank Brown (The God Boy), Kate Simmonds (Rumplestilts), Stuart Devenie (Hatch), and Sylvia Rands (Such Sweet Thunder)

at

The Hawke Sea Scout Hall West End Road Cox's Bay

1st - 23rd February 2008

Tuesday - Saturday @ 8pm Sundays @ 5pm *no performances Mondays or Thursday 14th & 21st

Admission $20 [corrected: ticket price does not include drink] or $15 Group of 6+

ENDS

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