“an original, suspenseful and genuinely moving script showcasing the talents of two amazing actors. I didn’t move for 90 mins”
WINNER: Best Theatre, Auckland Fringe Festival 2020
WINNER: PANNZ Tour Ready Production Award 2020
'ALONE' is a new award-winning Kiwi play about space exploration, feminism, climate change, and David Bowie. It's an exciting and innovative sci-fi thriller with sustainability at its core. Created by a passionate group of Kiwi actors and artists, 'ALONE' is an intense and thrilling ride to the edges of space and humanity.
Written and Directed by Luke Thornborough
Starring Kat Glass and Courtney Bassett
Aboard a crowd-funded spacecraft called ‘The Lily of the Nile’, a two-woman crew are on the home stretch of a two-year mission that could provide a solution for an Earth ravaged by climate change.
Pragmatic and passionate Doctor Sarah Taylor believes her work with foreign micro-bacterium could make Earth habitable once more. Jessica Holland – a charismatic and quick-witted young pilot - is charged with getting Doctor Taylor’s work and samples home.
“An incredible achievement. I loved every moment of it”
The Govett-Brewster Art Gallery is Aotearoa's leading contemporary art museum, recognised nationally and internationally for its dedication to contemporary art and its special commitment to art from the Pacific Rim.
ALONE will be performed for three nights only in Gallery 6.
Recommended for audiences 16+ - contains coarse language, adult content, and discussion of death.
Flashing lights and sudden loud sound effects are used during the performance.
Wheelchair access is available. please make yourself known to venue staff on arrival and they will be able to assist you. One toilet is wheelchair accessible. Please note, the door on the wheelchair accessible toilet pulls to open – assistance may be required.
Guide and Assistance Dogs are welcome in all gallery spaces.
For any accessibility enquiries or requests please feel free to contact the venue at email@example.com
We believe everyone deserves to enjoy live theatre, so welcome our audiences to bring any resources that may help them to enjoy the show such as ear plugs or ear defenders, sunglasses, or a fidget toy.