Au­di­ences likely to en­joy Hot Wa­ter

South Waikato News - - ENTERTAINMENT -

Pu­taruru The­atre Play­ers up­com­ing pro­duc­tion is well into re­hearsals.

The full- length play Hot Wa­ter by pro­lific New Zealan­der au­thor Roger Hall is a ‘‘ com­edy farce’’ with con­fu­sion and may­hem promised.

Set in the 1980s in a Taupo bach dur­ing the Christ­mas hol­i­days, the vis­i­tors arrive, wel­come and un­wel­come: Rel­a­tives, neigh­bours, a Rotary stu­dent from the United States and granny from the United King­dom.

One char­ac­ter’s hunt­ing am­bi­tions, com­bined with off­stage deer poach­ers, add may­hem to con­fu­sion and this is no place for a hon­ey­moon cou­ple.

The play with a cast of eight is di­rected by Toko­roa’s Gary Robin­son whose work is well­known to Pu­taruru the­atre au­di­ences.

Set to open in early Au­gust it is bound to bring re­lief from the win­ter blues.

Watch for ticket sales.

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