Sex. Death. Love. Anxiety. Revolution. Tomatoes.
Massive Crushes is a morbid mixtape of murderous monologues about sex, death and everything in between.
A phenomenal and hauntingly relatable play by Uther Dean, the acclaimed creative depressive behind Tiny Deaths, Me and My Sister Tell Each Other Everything, My Fat/Sad, Elevation, and WATCH.
Directed by Isobel MacKinnon (My Best Dead Friend) and starring a cast of Wellington's most brilliant women; Hannah Banks, Freya Daly Sadgrove, Stevie Hancox-Monk, Hannah Kelly, Isadora Lao, Lucy McCarthny, Harriet Prebble, Trae Te Wiki & Maggie Leigh White.
Must close Friday 13th. Do not miss out again.
"This is not a bleak show. It’s about how, against all odds, women persevere." - Annabella Gamboni, Regional News
"[Dean's] ability to be hilarious and then gut-wrenching within the same minute is amazing." - Charlie Potter, Was It Good?
"So monstrous and yet so relatable." - Maryanne Cathro, Theatreview ** Green Light Award winner - NZ Fringe Festival, 2019
A Mulled Whine and My Accomplice are together again for a deliciously dark second helping of Massive Crushes.
Written by Uther Dean.
Directed by Isobel MacKinnon.
Production Design by Lucas Neal.
Lighting Design by Sam Tippett.
Produced by Eleanor Strathern.