"Bo comes haring in at top speed, in a sort of ridiculous fashion, as if she’s come to save them a moment too late. She holds an enormous, ridiculous weapon of some kind."
Hungry Mile Theatre is pleased to announce that the cast of its 2011 Wellington Fringe Festival Show, There’s So Much To Live For, consists of:
and Kent Seaman.
This show is to be produced by Jennifer O’Sullivan and directed by Freya Desmarais.
Natalie James is confirmed, also, as Lighting Designer. More to come later!
We are also excited that the Artistic Director has worked out how to syndicate tumblr posts to the Hungry Mile Facebook page. Hurrah!
Make sure you go to our Facebook event and click Attending, and make sure you book to see this exciting, cutting edge show in February!
"They put me on pills. Little purple and green pills. Really pretty pills.
“They don’t make you happy,” they said. “They just give you a little… lift. They perk you up a bit. Give you a kick-start.”
I wasn’t aware my engine had stopped.
I took them. A rainbow of green and purple. In my tummy, helping my brain. My silly brain that has a blanket over it. It felt romantic. I replaced the romanticism of drinking whisky and smoking cigarettes with the romantic tragedy of popping pills. Pills that make you more human. Pills that make you a human. Pills that make you the human they want you to be."