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OUR 2021 SEASON
Something for everybody
Four shows, offering something for everyone! Yes, we know that some of this was supposed to happen last year – and there’s no public-health related performances on offer. BUT there’s still plenty to love – a NZ premiere, satirical ‘black’ comedy, an American classic and a British thriller – we’re proud to bring Wellington audiences a great range of shows in 2021!CLICK HERE TO BOOK!
CAPTAIN CORELLI’S MANDOLIN
Mar 31st – Apr 10th
Ewen Coleman and Stanford Reynolds
Wellington Repertory is proud to be producing the New Zealand premiere of Captain Corelli’s Mandolin!
Based on the best-selling novel by Louis de Bernieres, adapted by Rona Munro, Captain Corelli’s Mandolin is set on the Greek island of Cephalonia in 1941. Captain Corelli, an enigmatic young Italian officer, is posted to the idyllic Greek island as part of the occupying forces.
The Captain soon discovers all of the complexities of love, and how it can blossom in the most unexpected and profound way. The play highlights the brutal life and epic sweep of the soldiers caught up in the constantly changing politics of war.
Jun 9th – 19th
Oliver Mander & Isaac Borgman
Set in the Beverley Hills home of Tarantino-style, Oscar-winning, movie director Bruce Delamitri, Popcorn is a satirical comedy thriller that took the West End by storm. Notorious killers Wayne and Scout interrupt Bruce and Brooke Daniels (nude model and actress) intending to use Bruce’s ‘art’ as justification for murder. Events are disrupted with the arrival of Karl (Bruce’s producer) and Farrah Delamitri (Bruce’s soon-to-be-ex-wife) with spoilt daughter, Velvet. But Wayne means to succeed – whatever the cost.
SUDDENLY LAST SUMMER
Oct 20th – 30th
Emily K Brown
“A girl who has been the sole witness to her cousin’s unbelievably shocking death is brought into a ‘planned jungle’ of a New Orleans garden to confront a family that is intensely interested in having her deny the lurid tale she has told. A nun stands in rigid attendance; a doctor prepares a hypodermic to force the truth; greedy relatives beg her to recant in return for solid cash.”
(New York Herald Tribune synopsis).