What shall we call our country?
All of us spend our days going along with decisions made by people we will never meet, in meetings we will never go to. These decisions, large and small, are often made by mysterious advisory committees, governance boards, and consultants.
The Dilemma invites audiences to be a part of such a meeting, where cast and audience members alike take part in making decisions for others - in this case, what the name of our country should be. Like a pick-a-path book brought to life, every performance provides an opportunity for the audience to direct what happens.
“A fabulously fun night… another thought provoking HSTC piece…plenty of laughs and also much to ponder afterwards" - Audience member
Hobson Street Theatre Company works in partnership with Auckland City Mission, and is the only theatre company in NZ that works with people from the street community. We aim to create work that is full of life, heart and humour. Our one rule is: no sob stories!
The Dilemma is created and presented by:
Bronwyn Bent, Joel Baxendale, John Hughes, Wilf Holt, Richard Nightingale, Belinda Pollet, Joeli Thacker, Kelly Tunui, Āria Harrison-Sparke, Romy Hooper, Sally Barnett, Edward Peni, Andre Bates
Thanks to our partners and funders: Auckland City Mission, Weave, Creative New Zealand
How to Find Us
Turner Centre, Kerikeri, Bay of Islands
Sunday 13 November 2022