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The Motherf***Er with the Hat

The Motherf***Er with the Hat


A high-octane performance exploring complex themes of morality and happiness, The Motherf***er with the Hat follows recovering addict Jackie as he leads us on a poetically profane quest for self-transformation and misplaced haberdashery in the raw and gritty setting of New York City.

Described by the Wall Street Journal as “a tough-minded, unromantically romantic comedy that keeps you laughing then sends you home thinking,” this avant-garde black comedy has an intellectual backbone, and its first New Zealand performance is unmissable.

Premieres Tuesday 3 June, 2014
The Basement Theatre, Auckland
Tickets on sale soon via iticket.co.nz

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