Title and Deed
Performed by Steven Ray.
A monologue by Will Eno.
‘SOME PEOPLE TRAVEL ONLY TO LOOK, WHILE OTHERS COME TO SEE.’ – Tenzing Norgay to Edmund Hillary on the slopes of Everest…
Title and Deed is a provocative new work by Pulitzer Prize finalist and Horton Foote Prize winner Will Eno, whom the New York Times called “a Samuel Beckett” for the Jon Stewart generation.
Title and Deed is a work that stirs the heart and asks the audience to look within – to listen closely or drift off uncontrollably as he speaks directly about the notion of home and the notion of the world; whatever that means to each of us.
Behold the newest nobody of the funniest century yet. He’ll speak to you directly about the notion of home, the world, delivered with the authority that is the special province of the unsure and the un-homed, a word he made up accidentally, all in roughly one hour!
Actor/Director Steven Ray is bringing New York writer Will Eno’s monologue, Title and Deed to Wellington in September. It will be part of the Tahi Festival and in Circa Two from Weds 14 – Sat 24th September 2022.
This will be the first performance of Title and Deed in Aotearoa New Zealand although the play has been performed in Edinburgh, New York and Australia.
Presented by Titled Productions.
Part of TAHI Festival 2022.
Stage Direction: Jeff Kingsford-Brown & Steven Ray
Lighting Design: Niamh Campbell-Ward
Publicity: Georgia Davenport
14 – 24 Sept
Tues – Sat 7.30pm, Sun 4.30pm
$25 – $35 (and a $50 combo ticket to both Tahi Festival shows at Circa)
Image credit: Head Shot, Paul McLaughlin. Poster Art Work: Murr-Mite Media, ChCh.