Posts Tagged ‘Julia Croft’

Somewhere #1

November 9, 2015 |  by  |  Uncategorized  |  Share

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Somewhere Series

#1 > in which the artists find themselves unable to stay away from the audience.

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TITLED by Nisha Madhan

YOU and ME, HERE and THERE in a DIFFICULT co-OPERATION.

Your Nostalgia Is Killing Me by Julia Croft

“I haven’t fucked much with the past but I’ve fucked plenty with the future”-Patti Smith

**Please note that this performance is limited to 30 people only. Booking is essential by emailing thetowncentre@gmail.com**

Sunday 15 November 2015
$10 // 8pm
5-1 Cross St, Newton-Auckland
BYO

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This is a Town Centre initiative.

The Town Centre is a cult of deconstructionist theatre makers who treat the theatrical experience as something that is full of social potential.

A night with The Town Centre is a party. It’s an elaborate rouse to get you in the same room as them. Because they think you’re sexy and it’s just not as fun without you.

Kiss The Fish – Tour

May 27, 2014 |  by  |  Performance  |  Share

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Upcoming tour dates (2015)

Tauranga, Baycourt Theatre /  June 4th to June 6th

Auckland, Q Theatre /  June 9th to June 14th

Gisborne, War Memorial Theatre /  June 26th &  June 27th

Christchurch, Isaac Theatre Royal / July 8th to July 10th

Dunedin, Mayfair Theatre / July 16th to July 18th 

Wellington, Hannah Playhouse / July 22nd to July 26th 

Previous shows:

Hamilton / 2013

Auckland / 2013

New Plymouth / 2014
Wellington / 2014
Nelson /  2014
Napier /  2014
Kerikeri / 2014
Whangarei /  2014

Lawrence, Kansas / January 2015
St Cloud, Minnesota / January 2015

 

An Open Letter

March 7, 2014 |  by  |  Uncategorized  |  Share

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LIES

January 6, 2014 |  by  |  Direction & Collaboration, LIES, Production, Uncategorized, Upcoming  |  Share

Finalist Most Original Production, Auckland Theatre Awards 2014

Theatrescenes Most Memorable Moments  (James Wenley) 2014

Lumiere Reader Best of Auckland Theatre (Sam Brooks) 2014

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The Town Centre presents genre-defying, anarchic and party fueled hour in which 4 performers lie, cheat and run gleefully into the face of failure.  LIES is a deliberately unstable world of theatrical discord and pure play.

It breaks every rule of the theatre ….” – Theatreview

“anarchic mayhem with strong performers and a clear sense of a highly rigorous underlying process. This to me was a glimpse of what I associate with a fringe festival” – Chris Jannides, Head of Movement, Toi Whakaari

Performers: Ash Jones/Josh Rutter/Julia Croft/Lara Fischel-Chisholm
Direction/Design: Nisha Madhan/Stephen Bain

 

Duration 60 minutes

UPCOMING SHOWS:

5-13 September at The Basement alongside What Have You Done To Me? and  The Review Project

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PAST PERFORMANCES:

In Wellington: 27 february – 2 March

At BATS Understudy as part of the 2014 NZ FRINGE FESTIVAL.

VIEW Lorde’s Letter of Support

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Supported by Creative NZ

Kiss The Fish – Indian Ink Theatre Company

September 18, 2013 |  by  |  Performance  |  Share

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 at Q theatre September 14 – October 5th

Kiss the Fish

“Kiss the fish you have, not the one that got away.”
Old Indian Proverb

Karukam Island is the tropical paradise of everyone’s dreams but Sidu can’t wait to escape! In the city they said he looked like Freddie Mercury but here he’s Freddie Nobody. A new eco resort promises life changing riches and every village miser, entrepreneur, bride and priest is jostling for their slice of the dream. The island finds its fate in the hands of Sidu-who everyone agrees is a very odd fish.

Acclaimed actor Jacob Rajan is joined on stage by an ensemble of multi-talented performers and award winning musician David Ward. Under the skillful direction of Justin Lewis, they give puppetry and Balinese comic mask a riotous Indian Ink reinvention.

Experience the theatrical magic, mischievous wit and artful storytelling that is vintage Indian Ink in a brand new show inspired by true events.

Indian Ink Theatre Company Website