The Big Blue Planet Earth Show
The Big Blue Planet Earth Show was first performed in March 1991 during the Fringe Festival at Bats Theatre in Wellington, directed by Gary Henderson. It is a quite confronting and thought provoking piece about the environmental issues of the time. Sadly those issues are still confronting us now with even more urgency. Having said that there are heaps of funny moments throughout the play.
There are three interweaving stories. The first around four 12 yr old children writing a school project about endangered species. The second is around an endangered species of monkey and those who slaughter them for their own gains. The third is about a space shuttle tasked with taking a satellite into space, but what is it about that satellite...
Show has 7 performances over 2 weekends in July 2019 -
- Friday 12 July at 7.30pm
- Saturday 13 July at 7.30pm
- Sunday 14 July at 4.00pm
- Thursday 18 July at 7.30pm
- Friday 19 July at 7.30pm
- Saterday 20 July at 7.30pm
- Sunday 21 July at 4.00pm
Tickets $10 unwaged, $15 waged. (not suitable for younger children).
Ph.(04) 380 0019 to make your booking (recommended to secure your seat). Door sales - as seats available.
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