Doors. Walls. And Also Silence
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Where: BATS Theatre, 80 Dixon Street, Te Aro, Wellington
Restrictions: All Ages
Event listed by: BATSTheatre
A note on the street - This cat is dead. Please bury it. Emma and Lydia have a problem. They live together. That doesn't mean they like each other. There is a stain on their wall. It could be rust. But it's not.
Graffiti across your door - The four of us are dying. Claire has a problem. Her boyfriend, Mark, is up to something - and it's not planning to propose. The customers at her chiropractor practice keep complaining of chest pain and she just can't work out why.
A letter in your pocket - If you don't hear from me in a week I am in trouble. Please don't save me. Tim has a problem. People are going missing and no one seems to remember them. Or care. In a world where everyone is looking for something, you'll be shocked at what they find.
Behind all these doors, through all these mirrors, someone is waiting. You will tell the world that you’re not crazy. It won’t listen.
From my accomplice - the people who brought you the 2010 Fringe Award nominated Sometimes I Don’t Like Yellow - Doors. Walls. and Also Silence is a mystery of madness, Wellington and just how far one really bad day will take you.