19 Jun 2019
Shaekspeare has power. Miss Lucy knows it. The themes in his work speak to her. Ambition. Jealousy. Deception. Disorder. She believes in the Bard's stories, because they've helped her understand her own and she thinks they'll help others find their way too.
When she brings her class to a men's correctional facility, unexpected talents are revealed and twisted fantasies surface. Directed and performed by Jason Te Kare, CELLFISH is a gripping dark comedy that looks at what happens when you disturb the natural order of things.
Please note: This production contains the depiction of domestic violence and abuse, coarse language, gunshot sounds and uses haze.
Presented in association with TOA, Theatre of Auckland.
Cellfish received development assistance from Playmarket and was originally produced by Auckland Arts Festival in association with Silo Theatre.
Special secondary school (for year 11 students and above) and tertiary student discounts are available for college / tertiary groups coming to see Cellfish. For only $12 + ticketing fees per student, a group of 5 or more can book and attend as a class group (5 ticket minimum purchase required with student I.D).
Concession (Seniors & Students) $35.00
Groups of 6+ $35.00
Groups of 5 or more students $12.00
Service fees apply