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SIX DEGREES OF SEPARATION

A multi award-winning, razor-sharp satire of class and race relations in ’90s New York.

Adapted into the 1993 feature film starring Will Smith, this astounding story based on real life events depicts the lives of suave, sophisticated and wealthy Manhattan art dealers Flan and Ouisa Kittredge. The Kittredges are all about keeping up appearances but their world of comfort and respectability is turned upside down with the sudden arrival of a charming stranger.

Auckland Theatre Company
August 14 – 30
Tickets through Auckland Theatre Company website

MUSICAL CHAIR

Lisa talks about the songs which are special to her and the roles she’s played over the years. She’s currently back in New Zealand and appearing in Auckland Theatre Company’s MINDFOOD’s season of Six Degrees of Separation playing at the ASB Waterfront Theatre

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VIVA MAGAZINE

Actress Lisa Chappell Tries On Artful Fashion At The Auckland Art Gallery
Lisa Chappell, star of the new Auckland Theatre Company play ‘Six Degrees of Separation’, draws fashion inspiration from the art world in this quirky case of life imitating art

By Dan Ahwa – Click to View

THE CAFE

On Tuesday 6th August Lisa appeared on the New Zealand Morning show, The Cafe.

You can view the episode here, however it may not play in some countries.

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NEXT MAGAZINE

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SHORTLAND STREET THE MUSICAL – CAST RECORDING

The original cast recording of Shortland Street the Musical is out now. Yours to stream or download.

Check out Itunes, Spotify and Apple Music for your copy.

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ROSENCRANTZ & GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD

What if two minor characters in Hamlet were given centre stage? In a dashing reversal of misfortune, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, Hamlet’s student friends, now find themselves as the headline act in Shakespeare’s greatest play. There’s still no escaping their fate as pawns in Hamlet’s game of thrones, but before they are outwitted, the duo grab the spotlight and seize the moment as fearlessly funny commentators on their absurd predicament and the chaos of the universe.

From Oscar-winning playwright and screenwriter Tom Stoppard (Shakespeare in Love), this immensely innovative work is a fresh inside-out perspective on Shakespeare and the comedy of tragedy itself. Delivered in a bantering, bickering style with wit and wisdom to burn, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead is one of the savviest plays ever conceived – a dazzlingly irreverent modern classic every theatre lover must see.

Auckland Theatre Company
Sept 11 – 26
Tickets through Auckland Theatre Company website


New Zealand Agent

Auckland Actors

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