Waste not Want not: Bethany's Guide to the Thrift Life : Dunedin Fringe Festival

Waste not Want not: Bethany's Guide to the Thrift Life

Bethany is the Queen of Resourcefulness.

Waste not Want not: Bethany's Guide to the Thrift Life

About the Show:
In her quirky storytelling solo show, Bethany opens up about her tips, tricks and the frightful lengths she's gone to save money, food... well anything and everything really. It’s a hot handy hack guide for all, a celebration of weird uniqueness, and a microscope into hoarding. Bethany is excited to bring this show to Dunedin, fresh off the back of its first development season at NZ fringe 2019!

About Bethany Grace Miller:
Bethany is an emerging performer and theatre practitioner in Wellington, and a member of the Scruffy Bunny Theatre house team Dubious Virtue. She works as an actor, improviser, producer, deviser, singer and music director in a range of projects. Achievements include leading the CNZ and WCC funded audio-immersive satirical show 100% Pure Tour (2018) for her MFA (Creative Practice) with Distinction, a nomination for most promising emerging talent in Nelson Fringe 2017, and winning an Antoinette for “Best Female Actor in a Lead Role”. She is also a huge supporter of theatre and arts and a certified delight!

About Toi Ngākau Productions:
This show is put on by Toi Ngākau Productions. Toi Ngākau Productions has newly emerged after a lifetime friendship between theatre practitioners Courtney Rose Brown and Bethany Grace Miller. With a Masters degree each, and multiple projects under their belts, they’re excited to bring 'Running Late' to the stage, 'The Girls' to the screen, and 'Waste not Want not' to the Fringe.

Secured Entry Advance Ticket (SEAT) gives an audience member the security of having a reserved seat for $3 and they can then make their koha or donation at the venue before or after the show.

Wed
27
March
07:00PM
Thu
28
March
07:00PM

Price

$3.00

Secured Entry Advance Ticket (SEAT): $3.00
SEAT gives an audience member the security of having a reserved seat for $3 and they can then make their koha or donation at the venue before or after the show.

Duration

0 hr 50 mins

Venue

Dee's Cafe & Bar

403 Princes Street, Dunedin

Theatre Storytelling Comedy

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The Dunedin Fringe Festival is the world’s southernmost festival of its kind. Initiated in 2000, Dunedin Fringe aims to bring experimental contemporary art to a wider audience and to support the work of emerging artists. Dunedin Fringe is an annual event which happens every March timed to coincide with other fringe festivals in New Zealand and Australia.

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