Bats Theatre's DEATH & THE DREAMLIFE OF ELEPHANTS Adds November 21 Matinee
After completely selling out the remaining dates of its season at BATS Theatre the critically-acclaimed production Death and the Dreamlife of Elephants is pleased to announce a Matinee show.
The matinee will be performed this Saturday November 21 at 2pm, at BATS Theatre, Kent Terrace.
Death and the Dreamlife of Elephants has received very positive reviews since opening last week in BATS Theatre's STAB season, and has been nominated in five categories for the 2009 Chapman Tripp Theatre Awards.
Nearing 30, Julian finds himself lost. He's been standing still in life for some time... So, the universe conspires, creating this strange mystery, in order to get him moving again.
Everything seems connected. So what is really going on? Do you know? Do we? It is a question that's impossible to answer. It could just be a lie after all.
A Slightly Isolated Dog presents a mysterious new event that is simply unlike anything seen in Wellington theatre. Different? Yes. Pushing the boundary of dramatic art? We'd like to think so. Pretentious? Maybe. Provocative? Yes. Death and the Dreamlife of Elephants is a production that brings theatre out from four walls and into the grandest stage of all: Life itself. It seems to be everywhere, but what exactly is it? Will you play along?
What we do know is that something will indeed be happening on November 10, 2009 at BATS Theatre. And what we do know is that the performances within those four walls are but a climax of a something - or some thing - that will reveal itself when the time is right. Before then... There will be noir. There will be a detective. Maybe a prostitute. The lonely streets of Wellington. A seedy nightclub. Oh, and definitely an Elephant hunt...By a slightly isolated dog, Directed by Leo Gene Peters. From now until Saturday 21 November (no show Sun/Mon) at 8PM
Special Public Preview on Monday 9 November for just $10!
Tickets: $20 full / $13 Concession & groups (6+)
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