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What the, Sheep?

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Wellington’s own first time Play write, Gemma McLean will be entering the fringe festival 2013 with her script comedic theatre piece ‘What the, Sheep?’

Her script is about a variety of cultures coming together over the appearance of sheep and need to have tolerance for each other. Gemma will be putting on a performance at Massey University at 7.30pm on 22nd and 23rd of February

Gemma has been busy reading her script and is grateful there are spaces for these sort of festivals

“I have never done anything like this and never thought I could. I am thankful that there is an opportunity to show arts and perform. I am grateful for those from the Fringe and Massey University both places have been extremely helpful”

English has always been a passion of Gemma’s but she was believed she lacked imagination to ever follow it through. Thus changed when some of the Massey lecturers took an interest in Gemma’s creative pieces and recommend she peruses writing.

Currently Gemma is still looking for actors, a director and technicians to aid the performance

Venue
Massey University
Dates
February, 22, 23
Time
7:30pm
Duration
60mins
Prices
Free / Koha


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