Article Title:On stage: Bud at Wellington's BATS Theatre
Category:Performance
Author or Credit:David Cosgriff
Published on:30th March 2009 - 10:02 am
Published by:GayNZ.com
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Story ID:7273
Text:Louis Solino in Bud What to do with a bunch of venetian blinds and a 1950s homoerotic film? Hmmm. Maybe weave a story around those elements and create a piece of captivating theatre. That's what writer and director Ronald Nelson, performer Louis Solino and others from the Toi Whakaari NZ Drama School have done. And from this evening it goes live on stage at the Bats Theatre in Wellington. It's a one-man show but it is certainly not of the clichéd variety. Chances are you won't have seen anything quite like it before. It's new ground too for seasoned director Ronald Nelson (Onion, Corner 4 AM book@bats.co.nz David Cosgriff - 30th March 2009    
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