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Unitec's Graduating Acting Class of 2018 present FIN?

A collection of short plays devised by Unitec’s graduating acting class of 2018, under the direction of Pedro Ilgenfritz, Kate Parker and John Davies. The graduating class have been divided into five cohorts and will perform; Lunar State, Broderskap, Invidia, Margot and Just Like That. FIN? marks the end of their training at Unitec.

SHOW INFO:
9-17 November @7.00pm
Unitec Theatre, Building 6, Entry 1, Carrington Rd, Mt Albert, Auckland
Buy tickets https://www.iticket.co.nz/events/2018/nov/fin or call (09) 361 1000


SYNOPSIS/CAST LISTS:
Lunar State
Cast list: Bridie Sisson, Sheyney Ansin and Emily Hurley
Synopsis: “At one time, according to Sir George H. Darwin, the Moon was very close to the Earth.
Then the tides gradually pushed her far away: the tides that the Moon herself causes in
the Earth's waters, where the Earth slowly loses energy.” - (Italio Calvino’s The Distance of the Moon)
Run time: 30 Minutes
Warnings: bright lights

Broderskap
Cast list: Benjamin Egan: Eigil
Jackie Leavai: Freya
Martin Lønhøiden: Varg
Troy Vandergoes : Lurven
Auryn Donovan-Stroud: Gry
Synopsis: Tensions are high as four brothers become five when they are forced to decide on the new ruler of Askentok.
Running time: 30 minutes
Warning: Contains violence.

Invidia
Characters:
Josie- Emma-Rose Owens
Gwen- Iona Youngs
Hannah- Sian O’Brien
Noah- Jake Pitcher
Ellie- Lucy Currey
Synopsis: When twin brother Luke Prebble passes away in a tragic circumstance his sister Hannah is determined to get to the bottom of it.
Tag Line: When Six Become Five.
Warnings: Mature content, Strobing
Running time: 30min

Margot
Cast List:
Atawhai - Kruze Tangira
Sherry - Kirsten Jongsma
Elsie - Gabby Dally
Jayson - Muhammad Nasir
Riley - Benny Joy Smith
Synopsis: What drives someone to want to disappear? Five young people in the small coastal town of Norford are about to find out.
Running Time: 30 minutes
Warnings: Strobe lighting, mature content

Just Like That
Cast List: Joel Crawford, Louise Holloway, Reece Robyn, Michael Brock.
Synopsis: Passion, betrayal, Conflict. When a young woman secret is revealed, bringing a child into the world becomes the most important thing. When she is forced to make a choice her world is plunged into darkness. Does she have what it takes to bring back the light?
Running Time: 30 minutes
Warnings: Strobe lighting, loud noises, intense enthusiasm

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