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$ERIOUS MONEY

Unitec presents Caryl Churchill’s… '$ERIOUS MONEY'
Directed by John Davies

Ft. Unitec’s Year 2 Acting Students

This blistering exuberant comedy is set in a world of rampant greed, fear and the reckless pursuit of deal making; The London Stock Exchange - 1987. There is Calculated Avarice and Takeover Bids, a murder whose investigator is consumed by their own craving for power, there are two songs from the rockin 80’s and Cary Churchill’s biting wit is all in rhyming couplets! An ensemble cast will scare your pants off with revelations of just how low and high some people are willing to go to get the deal done.

DATES

Friday 18th September @7pm - Cast B

Saturday 19th September @7pm - Cast A

Monday 21st September @7pm - Cast B

Tuesday 22nd September @7pm - Cast A

Wednesday 23rd September @7pm - Cast B

Thursday 24th September @7pm - Cast A

Friday 25th September @7pm - Cast B

Saturday 26th September @7pm - Cast A
(Cast list can be sent on request)

Buy tickets at iTICKET.co.nz: http://www.iticket.co.nz/events/2015/sep/serious-money or call (09) 361 1000

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