Ex SAS soldier Peter Methune captures a youth invading his home and gives him a choice: be dobbed into the Police, or come work for him renovating the house. As they work together, Methune mentors the wayward teen who it turns out has things to teach him as well.
Written by Justin Eade ('Maungatapu', the Wairau Affray'), directed by Geoff Anderson ('Blackadder').Starring Greg Hine, Racheal Kenyon, Leon Kendall and Billy Peters.Performed before, in Nelson and Dunedin, as the play 'Home Invasion'.
"This is a remarkable and timely piece of work. It needs to be seen anywhere and everywhere, because within it are the keys to a much more empathetic society." Adrienne Matthews - Nelson Mail.
"It is an extraordinarily good piece of succinct theatre about seeming disaster, opportunities, redemption and love."Adrienne Matthews - Nelson Mail.
"....an intriguing play about hopelessness and hope. For once, there's more of the latter than the former." Mike Crowl - Otago Daily Times.
"Their (Methune and Taylor's) dialogue shifts and turns between strong drama and high comedy." Mike Crowl - Otago Daily Times.
Venue: McLauchlan Family Auditorium, ASB Theatre Marlborough
Date: Wednesday 24 March - Saturday 03 April
Time: 7.30pm nightly. Sunday 28 March, 2.00pm
Adult Price: $25.00
Senior Price: $15.00
Student Price: $15.00