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Crispin Hellion Glover Live In Aoteroa


Crispin Hellion Glover Live In Aoteroa

Director, writer, star and artist Crispin Hellion Glover brings his unique live show and feature film to Skycity Theatre Auckland tomorrow night. (Tuesday 19th)

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One of the most beguiling and intense actors of his generation, Crispin Glover has delivered seminal performances in Back To The Future, River's Edge, The Beaver Trilogy, Wild At Heart, The Doors, Beowulf, Charlie's Angels.

Glover's very personal show includes a slide show with dramatic narration from eight different profusely illustrated books. As well as a special presentation of his feature film, EVERYTHING IS FINE (35mm print hand carried by Crispin himself). This provocative and challenging film is then followed by a Q&A with a book signing opportunity afterwards for everyone who attends. (byo cash).

While here, Crispin is keen to devour as much raw food, architecture, flora and fauna as possible.

When: March 19th
Where: Skycity Theatre, 3rd Floor of Skycity, Cnr Wellesley & Hobson
Show Starts Sharp : 7.30pm (arrive early, no late entry)
Cost : $28
Link : http://premier.ticketek.co.nz/shows/show.aspx?sh=CRISPING13#.URv7qlopbz4

Crispin Hellion Glover is being brought to New Zealand by Incredibly Strange & The Dunedin Fringe Festival

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