The Epidemical Existence of a Personal Malfunction at the Age of Twenty Something

 
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THE EPIDEMICAL EXISTENCE OF A PERSONAL MALFUNCTION AT THE AGE OF TWENTY SOMETHING

2 - 5 March 2017
7pm (2nd - 4th)
4pm (5th)

Garnet Station

 

Sunlight Liquid Collective and Auckland Fringe present:

THE EPIDEMICAL EXISTENCE OF A PERSONAL MALFUNCTION AT THE AGE OF TWENTY SOMETHING

A tornado in slow motion and the best years of your life are sometimes the same thing.

Instant gratification, fluid identities, and no clear path - what does it mean to exist in the liminal space between childhood and adulthood today?

The sunlight liquid collective debut show thrusts us inside a mercurial world where the walls move, expectations throb and failure is inevitable.

“Everyone has an opinion about the millennials. While every generation has their struggles, it’s true, we like to think we’re special. Personal Malfunction is a timely exploration of the twenty-something crisis that has particular urgency for those going through it right now. Through theatre, these experiences will resonate across the generations.” - James Wenley (Theatre scenes) 

Written, directed and created by Georgina Silk, James Wenley, Chye-Ling Huang, Andrew Gunn, Katie Burson, Mikaela Rüegg and Natasha Daniel. 

Entry:

$15 - $20

Duration:

60 minutes

Accessibility:

Accessible seating available

Content Warnings:

Adult Themes
Partial nudity

This Event is a:

  • World Premiere