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The Young And The Witless VI: Episode One


Music by Tane Upjohn-Beatson (based on original theme by Jamie Burgess)

In the last episode of The Young and the WITless...

New Vice Chancellor Keith Grant wasted no time in getting down to business, informing the Faculty of Humanities that they were due to be axed in light of the wages and prices freeze.

Despite this he appears to be looking for allies - everywhere! Attempting bribery via Choco-ade, he approached Professor Maurice Minor, Professor Garrett St Claire, Professor Mackenzie Morgan, and universal reliever Tyrone D Foster. Whose side is he really on?

Polly Aberdeen, manager of Rosie's Cafe, has her own concerns about the VC - why can't she pick his drink? What history abounds between the eager MacKenzie and the assuming Garrett? And were those sparks we saw flickering between Denise and Tyrone?

Find out more next week on the Young and the WITless!

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The Young and The WITless VI
Directed by Jennifer O’Sullivan
Featuring: Christine Brooks, Nicola Pauling, Steven Youngblood, Kate Wilson, Lyndon Hood, Barry Miskimmin, Danni Taylor, Matt Hutton, Wiremu Tuhiwai, and Simon Smith
Presented by Wellington Improvisation Troupe, Wellington’s not-for-profit, community-based improvisational theatre group. WIT performs and teaches the skills of improvisational theatre at community venues around the Wellington region.
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Dates: Every Wednesday in August and September @ 8pm
Venue: The Fringe Bar, Corner of Vivian and Cuba St
Tickets: Adults $12 ($15 on the door), Conc. $10
Bookings: Visit eventfinder.co.nz, door sales also available
For more information visit www.wit.org.nz


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