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Pitt St Theatre is open under 'orange light' covid-19 alert level restrictions.

See below for upcoming shows.

LATEST NEWS

      PITT ST THEATRE IS OPEN (under "orange light" guidelines) for 2022.

Click here for the latest newsletter from Pitt St Theatre, May 2022.  

Stay tuned for info about upcoming theatre shows.

Seed Theatre presents:

Green Eyes 

A new play by Zane Wood

at Pitt Street Sunday School Hall

27 May to 4 June 2022, at 8pm

Directed by Amelia Claridge
Starring Benjamin Hudson and Daniela Vinagre

Ticket prices: $22 standard, $18 concession. Book your tickets at iticket.

Tickets: https://www.iticket.co.nz/events/2022/mar/green-eyes/

Unitec School of Creative Industries present

QUICK FIX 2022

31 May-1 June 2022 @7pm, Pitt Street Theatre, 78 Pitt St, Auckland CBD - 

short plays written, directed and performed by Unitec Performing & Screen Arts students,

mentored by award winning playwright, Gary Henderson and  Unitec acting lecturer, Elizabeth Hawthorne.

18 short plays. 90 minutes running time + interval 10 minutes. Suitable for Mature audiences 15+.

Dancing among scattered pages torn from a book, dancers from Measured Frenzy Co. brought intense energy to

Pitt St Theatre with their dance work Münster, debuting on 18 May 2022. The show had been in development since

mid 2021, and was an ambitious, full-length contemporary dance work, featuring choreographic direction from

Jacob Reynolds, with dancers Elani Austin-Tennant, Caleb Heke, Sharvon Mortimer, & Lulu Qiu.

Music Composition: Elani Austin-Tennant, Brandon Ross. Lighting design: Paul Bennett.

Pitt St Theatre was delighted to host Mabel Impro Teatro's performance of The Bench at the end of April 2022.

Audiences witnessed​ a few of the thousands of stories a park bench would witness during its time.

The show was played in Spanish and directed by Matías Avaca.

The performers were An Gerstenmaier, Betsabé Qui, China González, Daniel Fernández, Gabriel Cuello, Gema Chacón, Laura Gómez, Laura Constan, Marcos Weht and Matías Avaca, with music by Paco Gálvez.

The Tragedy of MacBeth

MacBeth has claimed another victim. Pitt St Theatre’s production of the infamous Shakespearean play

is one of many shows to be cancelled or postponed due to covid.

In this article director John Goudge sums up his thoughts after working more than a year on the project.

Read here (click)

Other news: Plumb Productions is pleased to announce dates for two upcoming shows at Pitt Street Theatre -

Collected Stories by Donald Margulies (6 - 24 July, 2022)

&  Snowflake by Mike Bartlett. (23 November - 11 December, 2022)

Pitt St Theatre is delighted to be hosting Plumb Productions again after many postponements and delays due to the covid pandemic. 

You can find more information by clicking COLLECTED STORIES  or  SNOWFLAKE

VENUE HIRERS - CONTACT OFFICE TO RE-BOOK FOR 2022  -   * WE HAVE LIMITED SPACE LEFT 

TALK TO THE AUCKLAND FRINGE ABOUT HAVING YOUR SHOW AT PITT ST IN SEPTEMBER.

        We have wheelchair access and a disabled park by the front door ramp can be held for you if you request.

 

Stay tuned for other news as our website is updated.

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Quick Fix Sold Out

UPCOMING  SHOWS

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Green Eyes

Green Eyes

27 May - 4 June, 2022, at 8pm

Pitt St Sunday School Hall

www.iticket.co.nz/events/2022/mar/green-eyes/

Collected Stories

Wed 6 July to Sun 24 July 2022

Pitt St Theatre

Shows Wed to Sat at 7.30

and Sundays at 4pm

tickets at iticket.co.nz

Snowflake

Wed 23 November to Sun 11 December 2022

Pitt St Theatre

Shows Wed to Sat at 7.30

and Sundays at 4pm

tickets at iticket.co.nz