MiNDFOOD season of

Six Degrees of Separation

By John Guare

14 AUG - 30 AUG 2019 — Theatre

About.

Company

Auckland Theatre Company

Venue

ASB Waterfront Theatre

Duration

Two hours including a twenty minute interval

Restrictions

Contains Nudity

A multi award-winning, razor-sharp satire of class and race relations in '90s New York.

Adapted into the 1993 feature film starring Will Smith, this astounding story based on real life events depicts the lives of suave, sophisticated and wealthy Manhattan art dealers Flan and Ouisa Kittredge. The Kittredges are all about keeping up appearances but their world of comfort and respectability is turned upside down with the sudden arrival of a charming stranger.

"Fiercely intelligent, pungently funny." - Hollywood Reporter

Special Events

EAT/TALK/PLAY

Eat/Talk/Play is a pre-show event that gives you a deeper insight about the show you are about to see. Held in the ASB Waterfront Theatre's Villa Maria Gallery, Eat/Talk/Play is the perfect pre-show event that will enrich your theatre-going experience.

Ben Plumbly, an original founding Director of Art+Object, will be speaking about how the art world works and how to start an art collection of your own.  

Sun 25 Aug, 2:45pm

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MiNDFOOD Girls' Night Out

Grab your girlfriends and make a night of it!

A MiNDFOOD Girls’ Night Out ticket gives you entry to the Villa Maria Gallery at ASB Waterfront Theatre for pre-show nibbles, a glass of Villa Maria bubbly, an ice cream and a fabulous MiNDFOOD goody bag.

Saturday 24 August, 7 p.m.

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Show Programme

Reviews

Powerful contemporary relevance
Paul Simei-Barton, NZ Herald
A brilliantly crafted play with some superb actors, skilfully directed by Colin McColl. It raced along filled with dramatic and comic events which had the audience enthralled and delighted.
John Daly-Peoples, The New Zealand Arts Review
A fabulous story, and Colin McColl’s direction zips along this production with engaging momentum and the occasional shock.
Steve McCabe, Crave
A superb night at the theatre, thanks to a powerhouse ensemble and an enticing concept.
Stewart Sowman-Lund, Keeping up with NZ
Packed with wicked humour
Sandi Hall, Gay Express
Entertaining. Relevant. And highly recommended.
Liz Gunn, The 13th Floor
Highly entertaining, thought provoking and relevant.
Milena Raskovic, Mac + Mae
Savour on one of the best shows in town
Wal Reid, NZ Entertainment Podcast