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Premiere of Two One Act Plays

For Immediate Use: 2 February 2007


A production of Black Inc

The New Zealand Premier of
TWO ONE-ACT PLAYS
“Marley & Rachel and A Body Part“
&
“In the Cellar of My Heart”
Written by Diane Spodarek

Peter's Hall, Beach Road & Ames St
Paekakariki, Kapiti Coast
14, 15, 16 &21, 22, 23 February 7pm $5

“Marley & Rachel and A Body Part”

Hang in with double amputee War Vet Marley and the newly homeless New Zealander Rachel as they experience the moments just before and after Tower One is attacked. Marley & Rachel take the audience on a roller coaster ride in a memorable dramatic situation that changes lives forever. Performed by New Zealand actors Kazz Funky Blue and Paulette McIndoe and directed by Neil Furby


“Spodarek... Unabashedly autobiographical and undercut with black humor.”
Art in America

“In the Cellar of My Heart”

A woman’s dead son walks into her room as she takes an over dose of pills. Will she slip off the mortal coil and be seduced by pills and booze, or will she keep the promise she made to her son when he was born. A dramatic solo performance by Canadian American artist Diane Spodarek, (Drunk Monologues – Fringe 2006), directed by Diane Spodarek.

“Stimulating! Humorous! Provocative! .... Spodarek’s The Drunk Monologues is told with skill ... tautly written and dryly humorous prose ... performed with a winning openness and honesty.” Laurie Atkinson, The Dominion Post.

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ENDS

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