Play cre­ates divi­sion of North and South is­lands

South Waikato News - - ENTERTAINMENT -

The next Lit­tle Theatre pro­duc­tion will be Le Sud, a very funny New Zealand play by David Armstrong.

The plot has the North and South Is­lands as two sep­a­rate, self­gov­ern­ing coun­tries.

North Zealand is English speak­ing, and South Zealand (Le Sud) is French. Trou­bles arise, as do egos and am­bi­tions when del­e­ga­tions from each coun­try try to ne­go­ti­ate a trade agree­ment. The script is a clever and in­ter­est­ing mix of English, French, Maori and Chi­nese, which will be chal­leng­ing for the ac­tors and ab­sorb­ing and highly en­ter­tain­ing for au­di­ences.

A cast of four men and two women is re­quired with au­di­tions at the theatre on Jan­uary 29 and 31 at 7pm. Any in­ter­ested peo­ple are cor­dially in­vited to par­tic­i­pate.

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