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The Tigers of Wrath

The Tigers of Wrath
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When:

  • Fri 2 Nov ’12, 7:30pm
  • Sat 3 Nov ’12, 7:30pm
  • Sun 4 Nov ’12, 4:30pm
  • Tue 6 Nov ’12, 7:30pm
  • Wed 7 Nov ’12, 7:30pm
  • Thu 8 Nov ’12, 7:30pm
  • Fri 9 Nov ’12, 7:30pm
  • Sat 10 Nov ’12, 7:30pm
  • Sun 11 Nov ’12, 4:30pm
  • Tue 13 Nov ’12, 7:30pm
  • Wed 14 Nov ’12, 7:30pm
  • Thu 15 Nov ’12, 7:30pm
  • Fri 16 Nov ’12, 7:30pm
  • Sat 17 Nov ’12, 7:30pm
  • Sun 18 Nov ’12, 4:30pm
  • Tue 20 Nov ’12, 7:30pm
  • Wed 21 Nov ’12, 7:30pm
  • Thu 22 Nov ’12, 7:30pm
  • Fri 23 Nov ’12, 7:30pm
  • Sat 24 Nov ’12, 7:30pm
  • Sun 25 Nov ’12, 4:30pm
  • Tue 27 Nov ’12, 7:30pm
  • Wed 28 Nov ’12, 7:30pm
  • Thu 29 Nov ’12, 7:30pm
  • Fri 30 Nov ’12, 7:30pm
  • Sat 1 Dec ’12, 7:30pm
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Where:

Circa Theatre, 1 Taranaki St, Wellington Show map

Restrictions:

All Ages

Tickets:

  • Adult: $46.00
  • Concessions: $38.00
  • Friends of Circa (until 15 November): $33.00
  • Groups 6+: $39.00
  • Groups 20+: $36.00
  • Under 25s: $25.00

Website:

Circa Theatre

Written by: Dean Parker
Directed by: Jane Waddell
Circa Two
03 November − 01 December

A powerful new play by Dean Parker – passionate, political, richly textured.

Beijing, 1974 – Trish and Pauline are Maoists on a New Zealand Students’ Association trip to Red China. Also on the trip is Oliver, a radical would-be writer.

Twenty years later Trish is a second term labour MP, plotting the dumping of Labour Party leader, Mike Moore.

Fifteen years later Pauline and Oliver meet by chance in a pub at Mangere Bridge and look back at the choices they’ve made and the worlds they’ve lived in… a surprise emerges for the future.

The Tigers of Wrath is an intriguing play about the strange twists of life, about hopes and dreams, about a developing and then disintegrating relationship. About how one comes to terms with life. About feelings.

In the background run two astonishing political trajectories: The People’s Republic of China and the New Zealand Labour Party.

World premiere.

Presented by arrangement with Playmarket.

Starring Kate Prior, Nathan Meister, Heather O'Carroll, Neenah Dekkers-Reihana