Central Leader : November 10th 2010
2 CENTRAL LEADER, NOVEMBER 10, 2010 NEWS Office Ph 630 5419 Fax 630 5435 Editor Katherine Forbes email: email@example.com Sales Manager Jeff Clayton email: firstname.lastname@example.org Circulation Ph 525 2022 Fax 580 1648 email: email@example.com Classifieds Ph 525 2100 Fax 580 1643 email: firstname.lastname@example.org 52,975 Audited Circulation (ABC Jan-Dec '09.) Delivered each Wednesday/ Friday to Balmoral, Epsom, Greenlane, Hillsborough, Lynfield, Mt Albert (south of railway line), Mt Eden, Mt Roskill, Morningside, New Windsor, One Tree Hill, Onehunga, Oranga, Owairaka, Penrose (not Te Papapa), Royal Oak, Sandringham, Three Kings. Unit 1.3, 72 Dominion Road. Private Bag 56910, Mt Eden. www.centralleader.co.nz Proudly 100% NZ owned and operated and supporting the Community since 1971 www.madbutcher.co.nz Offers valid from Mon 8th Nov - Sun 14th Nov. All Stores Open 7 Days The Mad Butcher - Your Local Butcher with the Best Range, Quality and Low Prices! Mad Butcher Tender Breast Chicken Fillets only10 $ .99 kilo Fresh Tegel Size 20 Chickens Mad Butcher Genuine Chicken Sausages only9 $ .95 each only3 $ .99 kilo The Mad Butcher Mega BBQ Pack! 20 $ All of this for Only • 8 BBQ Steaks •10BBQ Sausages • 10 BBQ Patties •1xGarlic Bread Fresh Crumbed Chicken Schnitzel only13 $ .99 kilo Boneless Chicken Breast Fillets lightly basted to be extra tender, moist & tasty! Diabetes Awareness Week 16 -- 22 November www.diabetesauckland.org.nz Migrants' journey plays out on stage By CARLY TAWHIAO Long passage: The stories of four women scarred by the past and frightened of the future are shared in a new stage show called Passage by Fiona Graham. From left: Lavinia Uhila, Antonia Stehlin, Donogh Rees and Rachel Nash. Photo: JASON OXENHAM A tale about migration, ident- ity, truth and reconciliation looks set to rock the boat on stage. Passage, by Fiona Graham, is a new play that features four women who laugh, lie, kick, push, insult and tease, all within the confines of their abandoned boat. The show was first inspired by Brazilian artist Ana Maria Pacheco s sculpture of a life- sized boat, called the Longest Journey, but for the English- born playwright the journey from script to stage was also lengthy. I had written a trilogy of plays and I wanted to build on this work and write from the longest journey, she says. Passage was initially com- missioned by the British Art Council in 2002. At that time illegal immi- grant entry through the Eng- lish Channel tunnel from France was widely reported in the news. Ms Graham says the script has undergone extensive research and development, as well as an Auckland relocation in 2004. It has also been read and influenced by many prac- titioners who have left an imprint on the text. The Grey Lynn resident says because Passage reflects New Zealand in transition, it can t help but have inter- national relevance. I ve always been fascinated by the stories of people forced to leave their land. It s been a passage for me too -- moving to New Zealand and working on this. With help from designer Stephen Bain, the multi media production uses film to provide a boundless ocean backdrop, while drawing on the acting talents of Rachel Nash and Donogh Rees. Performance graduates Lavinia Uhila and Antonia Stehlin make their profes- sional debut. It s been such a cool experi- ence. Visually I think it s exciting. It s an epic journey that s beautifully reflected, Miss Stehlin says. The all-female cast is directed by Lauren Jackson who says she loves how dynamic the play is and how gutsy the women characters are. It s an exciting piece of theatre and the coming together of lots of things I love. Passage by Fiona Graham premieres tomorrow night at the Herald Theatre, Aotea Centre, at 8pm and runs until November 20. Tickets cost $20 and $25. Visit www.buytickets.co.nz or call 0800-289-842.
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