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This Year I Will:

This Year I Will:
Enable next year to happen

Brought to you by Hannah Botha


This Year I Will: explores living in the moment vs. planning for the future. This enchanting one woman show follows Zoey’s quest to find the perfect balance while the never ending curveballs of life keep changing her mind. Join Zoey on the journey of deciding whether an exam mark is more important than turning off a light switch. This show will have you ticking off those lingering resolutions or changing them completely!

Also, before the show you will have the opportunity to contribute to an artistic project based on New Year’s resolutions and help in creating an amusing and reflective piece of large-scale art!

“I’m having so much fun creating this show! It’s wacky and weird but about something I feel really strongly about - how we use our time. I’ve been experimenting with innovative lighting design that will quite likely all be controlled by myself as the performer and am loving getting my hands dirty with all the spray art.” says Hannah. “My favourite thing about the show at the moment though is that, on leaving the venue, each audience member will receive their own little gift! I won’t say what it is but it is something you can use to actively improve the future for yourself and others!”

Come along to write on the chalk board, contemplate the art and enjoy the play! A fun, intimate show that will have you turning your ‘do’s’ into ‘done’s’!

22 February - 1 March (no show Sun/Tues/Thurs) 8:10pm 19 Tory Street, Te Aro, Wellington Koha Entry


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