Capital E National Theatre for Children presents: The Dominion Post season of MAGNOLIA STREET

On this street you’ll discover that magnolia trees have hearts, unexpected friendships are the best kind, and 1944 can be just around the corner.

Using cutting edge multimedia and electronics to blur the line between what’s imagined and what’s real, Australia’s Frank Newman directs with his trademark combination of sharp storytelling and beautifully surprising animation.

Hold your breath — you’re arriving at Magnolia Street.

Director Frank Newman is the Artistic Director of Terrapin Puppet Theatre, an Australian company producing innovative contemporary theatre that embraces new technologies. Writer Dave Armstrong has had a career in writing that spans theatre, novels, and award-winning TV shows, Dave is one of New Zealand’s most successful playwrights and screenwriters.

PUBLIC PERFORMANCE DETAILS

When: Sat 21, Wed 25, Sat 28 July, 6pm

Venue: Downstage Theatre, 12 Cambridge Tce

Tickets: $12 per person. $40 for a group of four

 

PUBLIC SIGN LANGUAGE PERFORMANCE

When: Wed 25 July, 11.30am

Venue: Downstage Theatre, 12 Cambridge Tce

Tickets: $12 per person. $40 for a group of four.

 

We’ve got a family pass (4 tickets) to give away to this show for the performances on the 21, 25 or 28 July at Downstage Theatre, Wellington. See our competitions page for more details. 

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