6 August 2015
Would you pay to play? What if the cost was friendship?
When an accident in a playground between four close friends leads to a media frenzy, unsupervised playing is outlawed. As they’re forced to play in private ‘Playparks’ they find themselves divided and facing moral and personal challenges for the first time. When Judd decides to take matters into his own hands and confronts the person who is taking his friends away, he discovers a secret motivation. Join four actors as they unravel the drama in this highly physical and compelling play featuring slick choreography, punchy percussive composition and perfectly pitched humour for young audiences.
Capital E National Theatre for Children presents Stealing Games, a highly physical, comedic and deeply emotive play by acclaimed NZ playwright, Gary Henderson.
The 2015 touring production is offering interactive question and answer sessions after shows at selected venues. For no extra charge, these sessions are approximately 30 minutes long and will take place directly after the performance.