The play moves between past and present, examining the events leading up to, and the effects of a son and brother’s death.
We see a family broken by this tragedy. Family and whanau relationships have been strained and changed in the ten years since this death.
Devised loosely from the Shakespearean tragedy of Hamlet, this play examines family relationships, guilt, youth, suicide and mental health issues.
Written and performed by the Down Low Theatre Company, a local youth-focused group, in their second Dunedin Fringe Festival performance.
Sensitive subject and language.
Secured Entry Advance Ticket (SEAT) gives an audience member the security of having a reserved seat for $3 and they can then make their koha or donation at the venue before or after the show.
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