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Mr Burns – A Post-Electric Play

13 Sep 2018 - 29 Sep 2018

  • Image: Toaki Okano
  • Image: Toaki Okano
  • Image: Toaki Okano
When

Thursday 13 September 2018, 8.00pm - Thursday 13 September 2018, 10.30pm

Friday 14 September 2018, 8.00pm - Friday 14 September 2018, 10.30pm

Saturday 15 September 2018, 8.00pm - Saturday 15 September 2018, 10.30pm

Sunday 16 September 2018, 5.00pm - Sunday 16 September 2018, 7.30pm

Tuesday 18 September 2018, 7.00pm - Tuesday 18 September 2018, 9.30pm

Wednesday 19 September 2018, 7.00pm - Wednesday 19 September 2018, 9.00pm

Thursday 20 September 2018, 8.00pm - Thursday 20 September 2018, 10.30pm

Friday 21 September 2018, 8.00pm - Friday 21 September 2018, 10.30pm

Saturday 22 September 2018, 8.00pm - Saturday 22 September 2018, 10.30pm

Sunday 23 September 2018, 5.00pm - Sunday 23 September 2018, 7.30pm

Tuesday 25 September 2018, 7.00pm - Tuesday 25 September 2018, 9.30pm

Wednesday 26 September 2018, 7.00pm - Wednesday 26 September 2018, 9.30pm

Thursday 27 September 2018, 8.00pm - Thursday 27 September 2018, 10.30pm

Friday 28 September 2018, 8.00pm - Friday 28 September 2018, 10.30pm

Saturday 29 September 2018, 8.00pm - Saturday 29 September 2018, 10.30pm

Where

Q Theatre, 305 Queen Street, Auckland CBD

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Cost

$30-$63

Booking fees may apply

Bookings

nz.patronbase.com/_QTheatre/Productions/8767/Performances

boxoffice@qtheatre.co.nz

09 309 9771

Q Theatre Box Office opening hours: Mon & Tue 10am-4pm, Wed-Fri 10am-6pm, as well as 90 minutes prior to scheduled performances

Contact

Cindy Jang

elephantpublicity@gmail.com

027 528 6839

Website

silotheatre.co.nz/mr-burns

qtheatre.co.nz/mr-burns-post-electric-play

twitter.com/silotheatre

facebook.com/silotheatre

instagram.com/silotheatre

In the aftermath of an untold apocalyptic event, a group of young strangers huddle around a makeshift campfire, attempting to take their minds off this new unthinkable reality by piecing together an episode of The Simpsons, one of the only memories they share.

We see the group in the days immediately following the disaster, then seven years later, and then 75 years into the future.

Anne Washburn’s glittering dark comedy watches the world as we know it crumble into an uncertain future and asks: What now?

What stories and mythologies will we want and need, and how will we keep them alive?

Please note: This production contains loud noises.