Small but perfectly formed was the discussion group who came to discuss Providence in the Basement Studio this afternoon.
It provided a chance to reflect, talk about initial impressions, frontline experiences with working with homeless clients, time and space and what could be improved, clarified or intensified in the work.
We Should Practice thank Corie Haddock (left), Lifewise Centre Manager and co-Chair of the New Zealand Coalition to End Homelessness and Albert L. Refiti (right), commentator/theorist on Pacific art and space, architect as well as lecturer at AUT School of Art and Design for sharing their insights, questions and experiences. In the middle is Providence playwright and director Louise Tu’u.
The final show for Providence is on tonight at 6.30pm. 80% of tickets have already been sold so please buy online now to save time and heartache or take your chances and turn up at 5.30pm at the box office to see if you can buy the remaining tickets.
We welcome your feedback so please comment on this post if you have seen the show.