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Through Windows by Susana Lei'ataua


Through Windows by Susana Lei'ataua

Taki Rua Productions: “First seen this year at BATS Theare and now in a revised and longer version at Circa Studio, Susana Lei’ataua’s ‘through windows’ still takes one by surprise…” says theatre critic, Laurie Atkison, who goes on to say, “… There’s no doubt about the stage presence of Lei’ataua…”

“If I have one aim,” says Lei’ataua “it is to show one person’s outlook as simply and honestly as possible, and find out if and how it resonates.” ‘through windows’ – one woman. one apartment. one night. Come and see.

Now appearing at the Circa Studio and running until Saturday, 19 October at 7pm with a matinee this Sunday at 4.30 pm. Tickets cost $20 and $15.

Bookings can be made at Circa on 801-7992.

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