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Basement Christmas Shows

Basement Christmas Shows

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Comedy Cabaret

Comedy Cabaret at the Blue Baths in Rotorua

Join a host of larger-than-life characters. Whimsical, wonderful, off the wall entertainment. It’s a Quack-Up… and just a little bit naughty.

Directed by Rima Te Wiata

Choreographed by Taiaroa Royal

Design Ian Harman

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Young and Hungry 2013

An exciting project mentoring costume design for Young and Hungry at The Basement Theatre

 

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Scary Sheep Masks

Auckland Theatres Company 2014 Season of Jesus Christ Superstar

Creative:
Director – Oliver Driver
Musical Director – Leon Radojkovic
Set Designer – John Verryt
Costume Designer – Elizabeth Whiting
Lighting Designer – Sean Lynch
Movement Director – Lara Fischel-Chrisholm

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Based on actual characters and events, ALBERT BLACK is a new play chronicling the fiery emergence of New Zealand’s first teenagers. It’s a Kiwi Rebel Without A Cause, set amongst – as one newspaper described it at the time – “a wasteland of warring juveniles, delinquents, teenage sex, no parental supervision, all-night dives, blaring jukeboxes – even a cult built around the banned books of Mickey Spillane. “

Vivid as a comic book, the play follows Belfast immigrant Albert Black – a frowned on Bodgie – as he scrapes by in the conservative and surreal New Zealand of the mid-fifties – a country in the grip of a crime wave which could have been ripped from the pages of one of Spillane’s hard boiled paperbacks: the Parker-Hulme murder, the Milk Bar Murder and the notorious Jukebox Killing that led Albert to his tragic demise.

Written by Peter Larsen

Directed by Jarrod Martin

 

 

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