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I AM

We have a double pass to the Auckland Arts Festival's New Zealand premiere of I AM to give away.

Picture by: Christophe Raynaud de Lage

Powerful, immersive and visionary, I AM is the latest internationally acclaimed creation from MAU and the brilliant artistic mind of Samoan-New Zealand director, Lemi Ponifasio.

I AM questions our humanity, faith and redemption. Colin McCahon's expressive painting victory over death 2 (1970) dominates the work. Frighteningly beautiful projections loom large behind the performers. I AM is hypnotic and spectacularly lit by Helen Todd.

Ponifasio's unbending directorial conviction and distinctive aesthetic make MAU one of the world's most innovative visual-theatre companies. Garnering accolades from audiences and critics in Europe, the Americas, Asia, Australia and the Pacific, MAU's trademark, genre-defying performances challenge our experience of theatre.

I AM comes to the Auckland Arts Festival after its world premiere at the Festival d'Avignon and seasons at the Edinburgh International Festival and Germany's Ruhrtriennale and Santiago a Mil, Chile.

Co-produced by Auckland Arts Festival, Festival d'Avignon, Ruhrtriennale —International Festival of the Arts, the Edinburgh International Festival and Santiago a Mil International Theatre Festival.

Tickets available from: www.aucklandfestival.co.nz/events/i-am-at-asb-theatre/

The double pass is for the Friday, 6 March show.



This contest closes
Sunday 1 March 2015 at 6PM.

Please check your email to see if you have won.

Winners will be notified by email and firstnames listed on GayNZ.com.

Competition entry is open to New Zealand residents only.
Only one entry per person, multiple entries will all be disqualified


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