fbpx
Search the Circa Theatre website:
1 Taranaki Street, Wellington | Box Office Ph: 04 801 7992
Duration:
Development season postponed

That’s All She Wrote (Development Season)

Written and Performed by Cassandra Tse

Music Directed by Katie Morton

Directed by James Cain

Presented by Red Scare Theatre Company

Tues – Sat 7.30pm
11 – 15 August 
$25 – $35 
Circa Two

COVID-19 UPDATE – 12 AUG 2020: 

Dear valued patrons,

Due to limited space in Circa Two for social distancing, Circa Theatre and the artists of the show have made the necessary decision to postpone this development season indefinitely and there will be no public performances of That’s All She Wrote from Wednesday 12 to Saturday 15 August

This decision has been made with public safety as our paramount concern: We have safe plans in place for both of our spaces – and all our artists and audiences – across all possible alert levels going forward. We are incredibly grateful for clear guidance from our government at this time and eagerly await more updates in the coming days.

That’s All She Wrote are very proactive in examining digital distribution and livestream options, pending the clearance of musical rights, which we hope to be in touch with you about soon enough! Please keep an eye on our website and social media for further updates.


“A DEDICATED, INDEFATIGABLE PERFORMANCE FROM A BORN ENTERTAINER” – Theatreview

A solo cabaret celebrating the work of female and non-binary musical theatre writers, That’s All She Wrote intersperses songs from recent Broadway hits (Hadestown, Fun Home, Waitress), underrated indie gems (Murder Ballad, Runaways, Heterotopia) and original music with tales from musical theatre history.

Performer and writer Cassandra Tse (The Bone Thief, Under, M’Lady) tells her own story of a journey from musical theatre performance to writing and celebrates the women and non-binary writers who have come before her.

That's All She Wrote QUOTO FINAL

Praise for Cassandra Tse:

If/Then (2018)
“The role demands Tse’s near constant presence onstage and an ability to jump between timelines with fluidity, which she achieves with ease… [her] effortless vocal performance delivers both quivering vulnerability and intense power.”
Aimee Smith, Broadway World

Spring Awakening (2018)
“The bittersweet duet ‘Don’t do Sadness/Blue Wind’ between Ilse and Moritz (Cassandra Tse and Konrad Makisi) is sung with absolute conviction and perfectly stylised vocals.”
Jo Hodgson, Theatreview

If/Then (2018)
“…we are propelled into two story paths starring Liz and Beth – both played brilliantly and with exceptional vocals by Cassandra Tse.”
Jo Hodgson, Theatreview

red scare logo_red on clear