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Two Day Plays

Two Day Plays

is an opportunity for teams to create a brand new piece of theatre and present it in a proper theatre environment in front of an audience, while competing for a bunch of rad prizes.

The competition is run over 4 weekends. The first 3 weekends will be heats, each with 6 teams working with a couple of allocated props that they are given on Friday night. You'd have the weekend to put together a short play which is then performed in a 2 hour presentation hosted by Cohen Holloway on the Sunday night.

Judges will select 2 of the 6 teams to progress to the 4th weekend, where the finalists will do it all over again, vying for a prize package designed to help make their next piece of theatre easier to achieve, and the title of Two Day Plays Champs.

www.twodayplays.co.nz

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