Wild ManDate: 20–24 May 2014 Time: 7.00 pm
Deforestation and natural disasters surround the mystery of the Wild Man.
Third year Theatre students at Victoria University of Wellington are staging a performance that provokes a gripping realisation that the world only has a limited amount of resources. With current trends, future generations will be left to deal with the environmental issues that have been caused by mass deforestation. The performance draws attention to the cultural and environmetnal issues that are caused by deforestation.
“The environment in China is already a catastrophe as they face enormous environmental challenges”
Wild Man, Gao Xingjian
This exciting production is the seventh time director, Course Co-ordinator and Asian Theatre specialist, Dr Megan Evans has brought to life a piece of Asian Theatre. Evans states that “Gao’s challenging script questions human beings’ relationships with each other, and even more compellingly, their relationships with the environment”.
What: Wild Man, by Gao Xingjian, translated and adapted by Bruno Roubicek
When: Tuesday 20 to Saturday 24 May 2014, 7pm
Where: Studio 77, Fairlie Tce, Kelburn
Bookings: firstname.lastname@example.org or 04 463 5359
Tickets: $15 waged/ $8 unwaged, pay on the door by cash only