The Intricate Art of Actually Caring

The Intricate Art of Actually Caring
Jack and Eli spend their days hanging out in Eli's bedroom, drinking beers and riffing on movies,

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Jack and Eli spend their days hanging out in Eli's bedroom, drinking beers and riffing on movies, music and girls.

But when the death of a friend causes Jack to look inside himself, he doesn't like what he sees, sparking a spiritual journey for the two to James K. Baxter’s grave in Jerusalem, New Zealand.

Jack and Eli spend their days hanging out in Eli's bedroom, drinking beers and riffing on movies, music and girls.

But when the death of a friend causes Jack to look inside himself, he doesn't like what he sees, sparking a spiritual journey for the two to James K. Baxter’s grave in Jerusalem, New Zealand.

Winner - "Best Theatre", 2009 NZ Fringe Awards
Winner - "Most Original Production", 2009 Chapman Tripp Theatre Awards

A work of extraordinary wit, perspicacity and humanity” - John Smythe, Theatreview

"A stunning success: a young and highly talented playwright’s road trip meditation on life, death, and the whole damned thing…It's hip, funny and moving" - Laurie Atkinson, The Dominion Post

Written by Eli Kent
Performed by Jack Shadbolt and Eli Kent
Directed and produced by Eleanor Bishop
Design by Erin Banks & Heleyni Pratley
Lighting Design by Rachel Marlow

Monday 14 - Saturday 19 June

Tickets: Adults $25/Concessions $20
Booking through www.buytickets.co.nz or 0800 BUY TICKETS

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Elephant Publicity

21 Apr 2010