• Coming Up

    NZ Fringe Festival 2020

    Bay's Anatomy

    Saturday 14 March
    Episodes every hour 1pm - 11pm
    Fringe at the Gryphon
    22 Ghuznee St, Te Aro
    Tix: $10 GA / $7 Fringe Addict
    Come for three episodes and the rest are on us!

    There's a lot on the line when every patient's the goodest girl, boy, or lizard. Enter NZ's leading animal hospital (owned and operated by Drs. Evans and Shelly Bay) for an all-day residency of the heart, where medical professionals save lives every hour... but can they save their own?

    A new improvised soap opera from the creators of Deep Space Naenae, Lyall Baywatch, and Mirror Miramar. Come for one episode, stay all of them, or dip in and out - see three episodes and the rest are on us!

    “Countless moments of improvisational gold” - Theatreview
    “Impressively epic improv” - Theatreview

    Nominated: Outstanding Ensemble, Best Improv Fringe 2015

  • The History Boy

    Tuesday 17 - Saturday 21 March
    6:30pm at Te Auaha
    65 Dixon St, Te Aro
    Tix $14-20 from www.fringe.co.nz

    All of history is just stories we tell each other to understand the world, and every story is at least in part about the person doing the telling.

    THE HISTORY BOY is a new improvised work, performed by the award-winning Matt Powell (Awkward Threesome, Soap Factory) and inspired by the imperfect recollections of performer and audience alike.

    Matt Powell is an improvisor, director, and writer with over 20 years’ experience creating and performing shows. He has been part of The Court Jesters Christchurch), PlayShop, WIT, and Soap Factory. He has been performing in the New Zealand Fringe Festival since 2014. THE HISTORY BOY is his first full-length solo show.

    Directed by Jennifer O'Sullivan, and developed at Late Night Knife Fight (winner: September 2019). Part of NZ Fringe Festival 2020.

    "Powell brings forth intricate details and quick-witted responses that reward an intelligent audience’s attention."
    — The Plus Ones, April 2018

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