Tonight, we witnessed a subtle, multi-layered and menacing work called, “Cellfish” at Te Oro in Glen Innes.

Set in a New Zealand prison, Cellfish displayed through its writers and performers, Miriama McDowell and Rob Mokaraka, finesse, nuance and Shakesperian monologues.

This is also the first work for new theatre company, TOA (Theatre of Auckland), ably led by founder and director Jason Te Kare.

Make sure you head to the last two performances for this development season tomorrow at 1.30pm and 7.30pm and share your feedback.

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