03 October 2011

Spaced Out: An Intergalactic Interactive Improv Experience for Kids!

By Captain Bevin Spacey

Spaced Out, the latest school holiday show at Circa brought to you by The Improvisors, is nearly ready for lift-off!

Our story will follow the adventures of New Zealand’s first interplanetary astronaut as he/she boldly goes where no Kiwi has flown before. As with our previous children’s shows, there will be plenty of opportunities for kids (and accompanying grown-ups) to be involved in the creation of the show, whether that’s by helping us with the special effects or by telling us what kind of alien life-form our astronaut encounters.

The cast will include regulars Pete Doile and Ian Harcourt, as well as newcomers Christine Brooks and Jonno Power. Once again, Tane Upjohn-Beatson will be providing music and soundscapes and Uther Dean’s lighting will be out of this world.

The shows run over both weeks of the holidays (10-22 October), at 11:00am and 1:00pm Monday to Friday, 11:00am on Saturday and no shows Sunday.

Running for no more than an hour (it’s a bit hard to be exact with an improvised show), Spaced Out is most likely to appeal to kids in the 3-12 age range – although anyone beyond this range is more than welcome. And we’ve found in our previous shows that many grown-ups enjoy themselves very much as well!

Come with us to the end of the universe and back in less than 60 minutes!

Tickets for Spaced Out are now available - and at $10 per person, it's a better deal than the movies! To book, call the Circa Box Office at 801-7992 or go online at www.circa.co.nz.

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