by Kate Morris
directed by Eleanor Bishop
at BATS, Wellington
From 6 Sep 2011 to 17 Sep 2011
Reviewed by: Laurie Atkinson (The Dominion Post); John Smythe;
From Page Left (the Production Company that brought you McKenzie Country) comes the international debut of Sketch by Kate Morris.
Described by the BBC Writers' Room as “particularly inventive”, Sketch is an award winning new stage play by New Zealand playwright Kate Morris. It won NZ Young Playwright in 2009 and was Runner-Up for the Adam NZ Play Award (Best New NZ Play) that same year.
Sketch follows the inception and journey of a provocative exhibition by a Japanese artist that explores the nature of truth and art against the backdrop of a crumbling family relationship.
Directed by Chapman Tripp award winner Eleanor Bishop (Most Promising New Director 2009 for The Intricate Art of Actually Caring by Eli Kent) the production is paired with a strong design aesthetic helmed by Alice Hill and Thomas Press, with a cast composed of some of Wellington's most exciting established and emerging talent.
6-17 September. 2011. $20/$14
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Paul McLaughlin, Aidan Weekes, James Winter, Sonia Yee, Alex Lodge, Rose Guise, Ralph Johnson, Te Aihe Butler
Producer: Kate Morris/Page Left
Set/Costume Design: Alice Hill
Sound/Lighting Design: Thomas Press