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Hir

02 Aug 2018 - 25 Aug 2018

When

Thursday 2 August 2018, 8.00pm - Thursday 2 August 2018, 10.00pm

Friday 3 August 2018, 8.00pm - Friday 3 August 2018, 10.00pm

Saturday 4 August 2018, 8.00pm - Saturday 4 August 2018, 10.00pm

Sunday 5 August 2018, 5.00pm - Sunday 5 August 2018, 7.00pm

Tuesday 7 August 2018, 7.00pm - Tuesday 7 August 2018, 9.00pm

Wednesday 8 August 2018, 7.00pm - Wednesday 8 August 2018, 9.00pm

Thursday 9 August 2018, 8.00pm - Thursday 9 August 2018, 10.00pm

Friday 10 August 2018, 8.00pm - Friday 10 August 2018, 10.00pm

Saturday 11 August 2018, 8.00pm - Saturday 11 August 2018, 10.00pm

Sunday 12 August 2018, 5.00pm - Sunday 12 August 2018, 7.00pm

Tuesday 14 August 2018, 7.00pm - Tuesday 14 August 2018, 9.00pm

Wednesday 15 August 2018, 7.00pm - Wednesday 15 August 2018, 9.00pm

Thursday 16 August 2018, 8.00pm - Thursday 16 August 2018, 10.00pm

Friday 17 August 2018, 8.00pm - Friday 17 August 2018, 10.00pm

Saturday 18 August 2018, 8.00pm - Saturday 18 August 2018, 10.00pm

Sunday 19 August 2018, 5.00pm - Sunday 19 August 2018, 7.00pm

Tuesday 21 August 2018, 7.00pm - Tuesday 21 August 2018, 9.00pm

Wednesday 22 August 2018, 7.00pm - Wednesday 22 August 2018, 9.00pm

Thursday 23 August 2018, 8.00pm - Thursday 23 August 2018, 10.00pm

Friday 24 August 2018, 8.00pm - Friday 24 August 2018, 10.00pm

Saturday 25 August 2018, 8.00pm - Saturday 25 August 2018, 10.00pm

Where

Aotea Centre, 50 Mayoral Drive, Auckland CBD

Show map

Herald Theatre

Cost

$25-$55

Bookings

silotheatre.co.nz/hir

Isaac returns home from a three-year stint in Afghanistan to discover his suburban family engaged in a war of their own.

His mother has liberated herself from patriarchal ideas like ‘cleaning’ and ‘cooking’, his sibling is transitioning and impatient to leave the world around hir, and in a neglected heap in the corner, their once dominating father is being force-fed oestrogen-laden smoothies.

Deliciously sly and exquisitely intelligent, Taylor Mac’s subversive comedy is an examination of private power and the messy implications of change.

A dysfunctional family drama for the 21st century.

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