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Joel Herbert


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Little White Men

Little White Men

Transcending theatrical convention; it explodes off the stage in a literal riot of youth, oppression and revolution. Its Sleeping Dogs meets Brazil - its theatre like you've never seen before! Fresh from their most recent success, The K'Road Show, The Outfit Theatre Company are building the reputation and momentum of an exiting new collective of theatre practitioners, who seem destined for infamy. Set in a not too distant dystopian future, Little White Men explores a New Zealand overrun by bureaucracy, where even the police force has been privatised. a world where pencil pushers and suits have done away with the judiciary system - in favour of a simple 'tick the box' interview. Tick Box a for innocent, Box B for terrorist. Simple. To describe the experience that is Little White Men is like describing the sensation of being punched in the head by a sonnet, or seduced by a brick. It's witty pace and darkly-quirky humour belies a serious undercurrent of human drama. The seamless melding of multi-media and live action conventions will leave you wondering where the show ends and the real world begins. There are only four shows - at least in a theatre, but this is more than a show - it's a revolution, as you're about to find out. Watch out for the little white men. . . they're watching out for you. Contains strong themes and offensive language.


1st Produced:
Cross Street Studios, auckland    08 Mar 2009

The Outfit Theatre Company

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