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MULE at Mid Winter Readings at the Court Theatre

If you’re in Christchurch on Sunday 15th June stop by the Court Theatre at 4pm and check out the public reading of MULE, the play that the Court have commissioned me to write.  Featuring Owen Black and Bianca Seinafo and directed by Elsie Edgerto-Till, MULE is part of the Mid Winter Reading series.

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15 Jun15 Jun, 2014

Come in from the cold, purchase a mulled wine and take part in The Court Theatre’s annual series of brand new theatrical works. All plays are presented as ‘Works in Progress’. Following each performance we gladly invite your feedback to assist the further development of these new plays.

All Tickets $10

Synopsis

Mule
By Pip Hall
Directed by Elsie Edgerton-Till
Sunday, 15 June 2014, 4pm

Mule explores the lives of Anna and Danny, who meet via an internet dating site. On opposite sides of the world, one is the hunter and one is the hunted. She is vulnerable, looking for distraction. He’s in trouble, looking for drug trafficers. Mule is a contemporary drama about technology, disconnection and finding love in the most unlikely of places. Mule is commissioned by The Court Theatre.

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Mule

Mule is a new play commission by the Court Theatre in Christchurch. It’s a two hander. Mule explores the lives of Anna and Danny, who meet via an internet dating site. On opposite sides of the world, one is the hunter and one is the hunted.

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London is in chaos. Terrorists bomb morning commuters on their way to work. Death and destruction abound. Outside Tavistock Square, a New Zealand doctor boards a double-decker bus that has exploded, and saves a number of lives. The media hail her as a national hero – a bright upstanding woman with everything going for her. Yet, two weeks later, the woman is dead and her reputation is in tatters. ‘The 53rd Victim’ of the London bombings. Hero to victim in just ten days? How does such a fall from grace occur so quickly? Because Rachel Brooke Taylor was no doctor, and the subsequent enquiry into her act of heroism would unravel a fantastical life filled with self delusion and deceit.

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