ON  STAGE  IN  2017

 

 

8th to 18th November

Snow White and the Seven Drag Queens

 

A lip-sync ADULT pantomime.

Written by Jonathan Smith adapted from Stephen Duckham's original script.

Directed by Jonathan Smith MNZM.

Please note that this production is R16.

 

Synopsis

Snow White has spent 16 torturous years under the care of her stepmother, the Madame of a high-class bordello, but she is now of an age to make some decisions about her destiny. The chance arrival of Prince Albert at the bordello and with the help of her dear friends Nurse Rat Shit and Handy Andy gives her the opportunity to venture to the city.... but Madame and Harry the Hitman have other ideas. No worries, the Seven Drag Queens come to her rescue.

 

Napier Repertory are delighted to announce the cast of SWAT7DQ:

 

 

MC / Ginger Vitas Ian Claridge
Madame Adrienne Hurley
Spirit of the Mirror / Blossom Sue Burgess
Pete the Pimp Jill Foster
Chuck Max Sharp
Candy Clare-Louise Gerbault
Ricky / Harry the Hitman Andreas Damianou
Cindy Brie Keatley
Brad David Mitchell
Handy Andy Jeremy Randall
Snow White Jess Clarke
Nurse Rat Shit Steve Driver
Prince Albert of Denmark Anders Demuth Heinecke
Iona Sextoy Angus Kelsey
Tess Tosterone Chris Dawson
Ivana Humpalot Andrew Stewart
Marsha Mellow Kevin Baker
Mona Lotta Katrina Bridge-Earney
Anita Fajina Surprise Guest

 


Bookings now open at the Municipal Theatre, Tennyson Street, Napier.  Phone:  (06) 835-1059  Ext.  1

 

 

 


ON  STAGE  IN  2018

 

15 February to 3 March

Ghost Train

Written by Arnold Ridley

Directed by Robert Hickey

 

Despite the psychic stationmaster’s weird stories of a ghost train, six stranded passengers decide to stay the
night in the waiting room of a small Cornish wayside railway station. They soon regret this decision as ghostly
and not so ghostly apparitions materialise. Be warned – in Cornwall no-one can hear you scream!

Despite the psychic stationmaster’s weird stories of a ghost train, six stranded passengers decide to stay thenight in the waiting room of a small Cornish wayside railway station. They soon regret this decision as ghostlyand not so ghostly apparitions materialise. Be warned – in Cornwall no-one can hear you scream!


 

20 - 30 June

Entertaining Angels

Written by Richard Everett

Directed by David Brock

 

 

4 - 8 September

Studio Productions


Skin Tight written by Gary Henderson

Directed by Anne Corney

 

A Unseasonable Fall of Snow  (to be confirmed)

 

 

7 - 17 November

The Importance of being Earnest

Written by Oscar Wilde

Directed by Will Couper