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By Homer
Directed by Laurel Devenie

at Quarry Arts Centre, 21 Selwyn Ave, Whangarei
From 6 Feb 2013 to 16 Feb 2013

Aotea Square, Auckland
From 20 Dec 2013 to 21 Dec 2013

Reviewed by:  David Stevens;

The Odyssey is coming.

You bring the boat. I'll bring the storm.

Northland Youth Theatre, the company that brought you last year's spectacular event, Quarry, and the sublime The Blue Airplane is delighted to announce its latest summer celebration;

An explosive re-imagining of Homer's The Odyssey.

February 6th - 16th, 7pm

At the Quarry Arts Centre, 21 Selwyn Ave.

Check out our pledgeme video link here to help us raise some funds!

Follow our rehearsal shots and blog here!

There will be shipwrecks, prophecies, battles, muses, feasting, bicycles, and BBQs!

This is a journey unlike any you've been on.

We'll spin in our trademark menagerie of youth, joy, surprise, song, carnival and everything else that makes us NYT.
One of the oldest stories in the world...We'll show you why it's still around.

So come and find out your fortune, meet your destiny, be captured by a goddess, fight the cyclops, brave the stormy seas and endure the six-headed monsters,

Appease the gods and help us find a way back home.

We have another smoking cast of Northland's hottest talent including:
Casey Clarkson, Anthony Crum, Dean Atkins, Georgia May-Pope, Lutz Hamm, Nina Sanson, Reece Jones, Stacey Henderson, Thomas Gowing, Tomasin Fisher-Johnson, Ella McLeod, Hayley Douglas, Miranda Hallett-Pullen, Nicola Brown, Rachel Boyd, Summer Millett, Mataara Stokes, Florence Morrison, Cajun Morrison, Tove Petersson, Jasmine Fisher-Johnson, Lillian Hallett-Pullen, Zelde Morrison.

And a top notch production and design team including:
Peter Larsen, Katy Maudlin, Dallas Rees, Micheal McCabe, Ash Holwell, Torben Morrison 

At the Quarry Arts Centre
From the 6th till the 16th of February

Presented by THE EDGE 

Email or book through:  

Northland Youth Theatre  
Friday 20, Saturday 21 December, 6.00pm 
Aotea Square