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For One Night Only – She’ll Be Write

For One Night Only – She’ll Be Write

Enjoy a superb introduction to New Zealand theatre with one of the country’s most exciting theatre companies EnsembleImpact and their latest show She’ll Be Write.

This free one-night only performance is presented by Auckland Council owned art facility Hawkins Theatre Papakura as part of a commitment to making great theatre accessible to the community.

She’ll Be Write is a 50 minute theatre performance devoted exclusively to showcasing a series of short New Zealand plays, and performed by some of our country’s finest young actors.

“This is a unique performance which is delivered through monologues and multi-character scenes, in English, Te Reo Māori and Samoan,” says Auckland Council Arts and Culture Manager, Kaye Glamuzina.

“This all professional four-member company presents genuine cutting edge theatre.”

Following the performance, there will be a brief forum with the performers which offers a great opportunity to ask questions and learn from professional New Zealand actors. Seats are limited so book early with the Hawkins Theatre. The show is best suited to high school students and adults.

She’ll Be Write
Monday 10 June, 7.30pm
Hawkins Theatre Papakura
3 Ray Small Drive

If you wish to make a donation, a koha box will be available after the show.


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