July 16, 2012
Each year, the Pumphouse Theatre supports an Auckland playwright by sponsoring a week long development workshop, followed by a public presentation, as part of the Adam NZ Play Awards.
Announced in March, this year’s recipient was 2009 Bruce Mason winner Pip Hall, for her new play Ache.
An unrequited romantic comedy, Ache is told through a series of vignettes and follows the lives of two urban professionals as they navigate their way through their ever-changing relationship and the world around them. Both achingly funny and heart-breakingly sad, the play is a modern love story about timing and seizing the day.
We would love it if you would join Pip, cast and crew for a semi-staged reading of this dynamic new work.
A feedback session will be facilitated afterwards by Gary Henderson.
7.30pm Friday 20th July 2012
Killarny Park (off Manurere Ave), Takapuna, Auckland.
Director – Shane Bosher
Script Advisor – Gary Henderson
Jarod Rawiri (Billy, Matariki, The Arrival, The Brothers Size)
Toni Potter (Shortland Street, Bliss, In the Next Room)
Eryn Wilson (The Cult, Three Days of Rain, The Tutor)
Aidee Walker (Outrageous Fortune, How to Meet Girls From a Distance, And then you Die)