No Post on Sunday

Following the success of Wake Up Tomorrow (2015 Best in NZ Fringe), Everybody Cool Lives Here are returning to Circa with a fresh new work!

Devised by a core cast of performers with and without intellectual disabilities, No Post on Sunday is set to be a physical, confronting and charming work under the guidance of director Isobel MacKinnon (Best Director – NZ Fringe 2015).

Everybody Cool Lives Here are excited to take this next step in empowering this dynamic group of young people to express themselves on stage as emerging theatre makers.

Creative Team:

Starring:
Duncan Armstrong,
Jacob Dombroski,
Andrew Gunn,
Nick Smith (NZ Fringe Best Performer 2015),
Barnaby Olson.

Directed by Isobel MacKinnon
Artistic Director: Rose Kirkup
Set/Costume Design: Meg Rollandi
Lighting Design: Owen McCarthy
Sound Design: Rowan Pierce

Production Manager: Natasha James
Stage Manager: Lucie Camp
Producers: Ali Kirkpatrick & Nic Lane

Season/s:

Circa Theatre, Wellington
27 August – 10 September 2016

Audience/Critics Feedback:

No Post on Sunday stands proudly on its own as a highly entertaining and often poignant tale about community and communication: a fine example of Kiwi commedia.

John Smythe, Theatreview 2016

The cast soars through the performance with constant laughter from the audience as they weave in and out of light and darkness, nailing life lessons that resonate with the audience as well as creating great moments of empathy…No Post on Sunday is one of the funniest and most enjoyable shows that I have seen this year and more importantly, the show touched my heart, inspiring me to be a better person.

Courtney Rose Brown, Art Murmurs

Full of quirky humour, the main players of Armstrong and Dombroski have a natural talent for comedy… The simple but affecting story is not all humour though, as Armstrong’s portrayal of being rejected by his love interest creates a real moment of pathos that is very moving and gives the production depth and a sense of reality

– Ewen Coleman, Dominion Post

…an exciting momentum, driven by the myopic energy of someone thrilled by their own ridiculous discovery and chasing it to the most absurd conclusion possible. It’s a really fun energy to perform and a really fun energy to watch.

– Adam Goodall, Pantograph Punch

Thanks:

Boosted supporters:
Aidan Leong, Alison Kirkpatrick, Andrew Pullar, Anna Boyack, Anne Smith, Anne Zwart, Barbarian Productions, Brenda Gordon, Brianne Kerr, Bruce Smith, Bryna O’Brien-Kiddey, Caroline & Dave Armstrong, Christopher Ulutupu, Colin Price, Danielle Grove, Danielle Lindsay, David Jones, Deborah Pathak, Ellie Argyle, Ellie Clayton, Emma Cullen, Fiona Pampalone, Freya Daly Sadgrove, Goldfish Creative, Graham Atkinson, Hayden Smith, Heather Kirkup, Heather O’Carroll, Ian Armstrong, Janaye Henry, Janet Lane, Jay Dog, Jean Sergent, Jill Guetta, John Kirkup, Julie Sarros, Karen Nowell-Usticke, Kate Jasonsmith, Kate Ricketts, Kayla Carruthers, Kerryn Palmer, Kirra Greaves, Kris Lane, Laura Robinson, Mads & Dave Berry, Margaret Hornblow, Maurice (Monster), Megan Duffy, Melanie Hamilton, Michael Hebenton, Michelle Gibbs, Natasha James, Nathalie Harrington, Nic Lane, Nicholas Smith, Nigel Jemson, Pamela Belyea, Parkington Davis Family, Patricia Belyea, Prue Lees, Rachel Cooper, Rae Dombo, Rebecca Lovelock, Renee Pritchard, Reuben Harcourt, Robert Comesky, Robert Guthrie, Ruby McGruddy, Sandra Heffernan, Shelly Hancox, Sheryl McLay, Stevie Hancox-Monk, Thomas McKenzie, Vicky McMath, Victoria Crawford.