The Acting Collective and Auckland Fringe present:
"I like the big tree. I sit under it. I can't see the sky any more or the sun. Sometimes I'm sad at the tree. Sometimes I'm there for a long time and I forget. And then I remember other things. I remember things that make me sad. I remember things that make me scared. I don't want to remember them. I want them to go away."
Jacqui lives with Emma who lives with dissociative identity disorder. During an emergency lockdown Jacqui and Emma fall into familiar arguments. Emma starts to rapidly cycle through her different identities and cracks start to form.
New from The Acting Collective, Lockdown is a psychological drama dealing with identity and relationships.
"Memories will fade if you let them. That's how you cope. That's what I do: I cope. I cope because they need me to. I've seen the cracks form before and 'm sure I'll see them again"
$19 - $24
Accessible seating is not available
Adult themes and past sexual abuse of a minor