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Our next NZSL performance will be of the amazing Rants in the Dark developed from Emily Writes’ best-selling book!
Wellington blogger Emily Writes’ best-selling book Rants in the Dark is making the leap from the page to the stage. Emily’s heartfelt and hilarious writing explores her parenting experience, offering comfort and connection to other exhausted parents all over the world. Honest, authentic and laugh out loud funny, the play is full of the things that every parent thinks at 4am, but would rarely be brave enough to say out loud.
Emily shot to fame after a rant on her blog received 1 million hits overnight. Celebrate the truth and hilarity of parenthood (and grandparenthood!) and track the impact of what happened when Emily’s blog went viral overnight.
Following a five night sell-out preview season in the 2018 Women’s Theatre Festival, Circa is proud to be hosting the premiere season of this phenomenal new production.
Our last NZSL project was a performance of Multi-Media Dance work Meremere!
On Saturday 23rd June 8pm Circa will hosted a NZSL interpreted performance of Meremere.
Meremere Brings to you the incredible journey and story of Rodney Bell from an international career in integrated dance, through years of homelessness in America, to returning home to Te Kuiti, Aoteraroa. The work powerfully layers movement, projected imagery and documentary footage to bring his stories to life in an hour-long work. A beautiful, and intimate performance experience that invites the audience inside this unique and inspirational memoir. Meremere features live music by renowned composer Eden Mulholland.
Kia ora. There is a show coming soon called Meremere. The show is one hour long and the interpreted evening will be June 23rd at 8pm. It will be held right next to Te Papa at Circa theatre. Tickets are $33 or $25 for under 25s. They can be booked either through email at firstname.lastname@example.org or in person at the Circa Box Office. The show is an autobiographical one man piece by Rodney Bell. It tells the story of his struggle living on the streets in the United States and his time back at home in Te Kuiti. If you are keen it is best to book soon. Hope to see you there!
In the past Circa offered an NZSL interpreted performance of Tribes by Nina Raine in 2013 and Kings of the Gym by Dave Armstrong in 2014.