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Eamonn Marra’s - I, Will Jones

A true-ish story about friendship, Animorphs, and becoming the person you want to be.


Leaving Party presents


Eamonn Marra’s
I, WILL JONES


6:30pm, 19-23 September
The Propeller Stage @ BATS Theatre, 1 Kent Terrace, Wellington
Tickets to I, Will Jones can be booked online at www.bats.co.nz or by calling (04) 802 4175


If you could be anyone in the world, who would you be? To Eamonn Marra, twelve years old, the answer is obvious: Will Jones, the coolest kid in intermediate. When Eamonn and Will end up at the same high school, both at the bottom of the heap, Eamonn gets a chance to live his dream – he strikes a deal with Will to switch lives, a couple of hours at a time, like the Animorphs in those books. Finally, Eamonn can be the person he wants to be, if only for a little bit… but what happens when that’s no longer enough?


The third show from comedian and writer Eamonn Marra (AotearoHA: Rising Stars, Respite), directed by New Zealand Fringe Award-winning director Adam Goodall (Stand Up Love, Proficiency Test), I, Will Jones is a provocative and hilarious story from one of New Zealand’s most highly-regarded up-and-coming comedians about the people we are and the people we’d rather be.

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