Break Up (We Need to Talk)
There’s no easy way to do this. An entire relationship lovingly created and destroyed over five hours. Come and go as you please and revel in the desperation, negotiation, devastation, and emotional blackmail.
There’s no easy way to do this… Five performers, five hours, one desperate conversation. Join Binge Culture as they lovingly create and destroy an entire relationship from scratch. Come and go as you please to witness the desperation, negotiation, devastation and emotional blackmail. #bingebreakup. 'The non-scripted dialogue is packed with comedic gems and heartbreaking moments… storytellers in their prime and zone' (TheatreScenes.co.nz). La MaMa, NYC 2015. Auckland Fringe 2015: Spirit of the Fringe Award. NZ Fringe 2014: Highly Commended, Most Original Concept. Part of NZatEdinburgh.com.
5 hours without intermission, audience can come and go throughout, audience encouraged to tweet their commentary throughout
Age category: PG
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