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An original devised production by Equal Voices Arts.
Director: Laura Haughey
Company: Equal Voices Arts
In the war to end all wars, a friendship against all odds
15 – 17 Feb
Thurs – Sat 7.30pm
$18 – $20
Run Time: 60 mins, no interval.
In 1916 a multi-national mass of humanity descended on the ancient city of Salonica. Refugees and soldiers created a vast tented city. In the lull in the fighting, two soldiers strike up an unlikely friendship: a Serbian soldier and a Kiwi sapper, who has concealed his Deafness to join up, meet. With no shared language they develop a way of communicating through their everyday joys, sorrows and letters home.
With reportage and storytelling in English, Serbian and New Zealand Sign Language, this boldly physical new play is accessible for both Deaf and hearing audiences.
For information in NZSL – see www.equalvoicesarts.com
“Physical Theatre at its storytelling best” – Dance Manchester.
Photo Credit: Michael Smith