21 Jan 2016

Experience a queer kiwi perspective on modern lives with LEGACY PROJECT 3. LEGACY PROJECT was created to provide opportunities for the LGBT community to tell their unique Kiwi stories on stage. Returning for a third year as part of Auckland Pride 2016, we once again return to Q Theatre LOFT to share six new bite-sized plays that celebrate the experiences that define our queer community. From our open call submission process, the project has attracted a diverse mixture of stories. From the numerous submissions received, the following six plays were selected for their development potential and curated into this showcase of fresh kiwi work from some of Auckland’s finest emerging artists. “There’s a real hunger to see more diverse representation across the entire wide spectrum of queer experiences. Each year it’s a personal challenge for us produce a programme that reflects and celebrates the wonderfully diverse nature of our community. I’m excited by the great work being created and inspired by all the future storytellers involved this year.” - Bruce Brown, Artistic Director. Celebrate the experience of being part of the queer kiwi community with LEGACY PROJECT 3, coming to Q Theatre LOFT in February 2016 as part of Auckland Pride 2016. Love and connection, family and friendship, understanding and denial: These are our stories, this is our legacy. The Last Date. Written by Sean Carley, directed by Kat Glass. A disastrous hook-up is going nowhere fast, but might still offer the chance to experience something new. The Pronoun Game. Written by Iana Grace, directed by Todd Karehana. We all have that voice inside our head nagging us to clean our room. Some are just a little pushier. The Sign. Written by M Villanueva, directed by Joanna Craig. You can never predict where that impulsive late night drive might lead… Smoke. Written by Joni Nelson, directed by Hamish McGregor. A dyke and a queer walk into a bar… Straight Acting. Written by Juliet Lyes and Paulo Va’a, directed by Jesse Hilford. Behind a screen, you can be anyone you want. But what happens when you meet in person? Sugar Cubes. Written by Dominique DeCoco, directed by Cole Meyers. Bliss can be found in the harshest of places. Where: Q Theatre LOFT When: Tuesday 9th - Saturday 13th February 2016, 8.00pm Tickets: $20 / $15 (concession) *Service fees apply Bookings through: For more information on the project visit: Proudly supported by GABA Charitable Trust, The Wallace Foundation, Playmarket and LYC.