We're excited to welcome you to LEGACY PROJECT 3, our third year of continued development and exploration of stories created by, and for, our queer Kiwi community.
As important as these showcase performances are for these new works, it's still only a small part of what we want to achieve with the project. By providing the space, resources and energy for these queer storytellers to discover their own theatrical voices, we can build a community of emerging artists to challenge and change the existing queer narrative. That’s the real worth of LEGACY PROJECT.
The Last Date
Writen by Sean Carley, directed by Kat Glass
Featuring David Capstick (GARRETT) & Jake Love (KYLE)
Garrett is your typical kiwi bloke with more than his share of secrets. He's lived a full life with few regrets. But there’s just one thing he'd like to try…
Writen by M Villanueva, directed by Joanna Craig
Featuring Carrisse Utai (REA) & Kyla Dela Cruz (MELANIE)
Torn between two directions, a young lesbian couple struggle to find a middle ground in their relationship while on an impromptu visit to their local sex shop.
Writen by Dominique DeCoco, directed by Cole Meyers
Featuring Khloe Lam Kam (SERENITY), Marissa Holder (SOPHITIA), Jasper Sole (ETHAN) & Kelaan Schlöffel-Armstrong (MATT)
A trans woman and her best friend explore their minds with a bonfire and a hit of LSD. What will they discover?
Writen by Joni Nelson, directed by Hamish McGregor
Featuring Katie Fullard (DYKE) & Ryan McKee (QUEER)
In the smoking area behind the local gay bar, two unlikely individuals take refuge from a space crowded with distant memories, false expectations, and really shitty music.
The Pronoun Game
Writen by Iana Grace, directed by Todd Karehana
Featuring Doug Grant (GEMINI) & Kelaan Schlöffel-Armstrong (VO)
Coming face to face with your problems can be terrifying... but is it worse than cleaning your room? What happens when you've exhausted all methods of procrastination?
Writen by Juliet Lyes and Paulo Va'a, directed by Jesse Hilford
Featuring Ciarin Smith (FRANK), Jack Fairley (WAITER) & Stephen Lunt (MURRAY)
When Murray and Frank decide to go on a date, keeping up appearances proves to be harder than first thought! Who will slip first and what will the other see?