Title and Deed : Dunedin Fringe Festival

Title and Deed

Te Whanganui-a-Tara | Wellington

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Life is essentially a parade and it will only stop to let the ambulance through. It’s exciting, isn’t it?

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Te Whanganui-a-Tara | Wellington

Behold the newest nobody of the strangest century yet.

"I’m here to save us all," says he, jauntily, to the man at the border.

Listen closely or drift off heedlessly as he speaks to you about the notion of home, of the world; all of it delivered with the authority that is the special province of the unsure and the un-homed, which is a word he made up accidentally.

"Time, place, happiness. A person should be able to figure it out. It’s only three things," he says.

It's a strange, aimless journey from nowhere to nowhere - or to put it more cheerily, from somewhere to somewhere else.

The running time, if he doesn't die or think of anything else, is roughly one hour.

Title and Deed is a provocative monologue by Pulitzer Prize finalist and ‘maverick wordsmith’ Will Eno, madly channelling Beckett.

Title and Deed: brought to you by the captivating Steven Ray, forty year veteran of New Zealand film, television and theatre.

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All Ages
Content Warning

Minimal strong language


Otago Pioneer Women's Memorial Hall

362 Moray Place Dunedin 9016

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