WHITE RABBIT RED RABBIT

28 MAY - 11 JUNE

PERFORMANCES

Wednesday  6.30pm
Thursday  8pm
Friday  8pm
Saturday  8pm
Sunday  5pm

Opening Night  
Saturday 28 May

TICKETS

Adult  $40
Group (10+)  $36
Senior/Under 30/CSC  $32
Tertiary  $20
High School  $18
Plays with a Purpose Pass  $69

 

Join the experiment.

Will you participate? Will you be manipulated? Will you listen? Will you really listen?

With no rehearsal, no director, a different actor each night, and a script waiting in a sealed envelope on stage, internationally acclaimed White Rabbit, Red Rabbit, by Iranian writer Nassim Soleimanpour, is an audacious theatrical experiment and a potent reminder of the transgressive and transformative power of theatre.

Forbidden to leave his native Iran, Soleimanpour wrote a play which travelled the world in his place. The audience joins each different performer on a journey into the unknown; stumbling upon the personal and profound, the limits of liberty and ultimately where theatre can take you.

Since its joint premiere in 2011, the play has been translated into 15 different languages and has been performed over 200 times by some of the biggest names in theatre and film, including actors John Hurt, Nathan Lane, Whoopi Goldberg, Alan Cumming and Martin Short.

In association with Aurora Nova Productions
Presented as part of Plays with a Purpose
 

ACTORS

CREATIVES

Playwright  Nassim Soleimanpour
Producer  Nathan Mudge
Technical Design/Operator  Tyler White

I couldn’t recommend this exciting and unique theatre presentation more highly. Make an effort to see this. You won’t regret it.
— MANAWATU GUARDIAN —
Each performance, with each new actor, has the possibility of becoming a fresh experience, even knowing what you think you know. Regrettably, that’s all I can say. See the play.
MANAWATU STANDARD
“Remarkably clever, challenging, often funny, more often disturbing, thought-provoking – and you do go on thinking about it …”
THEATREVIEW
The audience reacted, laughed and applauded as together we discovered the script.
THE TRIBUNE

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