Life gets raw and real when an NZ TV star is made to pay the price for his reality show.
"Fallen Angels, which opened at the BATS Dome last night, is an astonishing work. Congratulations to writer Emily Duncan for creating a piece that manages to be entertaining as well as confronting."
Margaret Austin - Theatreview
Max Angelis has made his fame and fortune with his reality TV show Max’s Angels. However, beasts and demons are released in his celebrity perfect home when two fallen angels arrive to take revenge and reveal explosive truths about his family. It will be the most heated episode of Max’s show ever.
The Creative Team
For 24 years Young & Hungry and BATS Theatre have been providing talented young people with a platform to perform, produce and create great theatre.
The Y&H Playwright Initiative producing three new kiwi plays a year and the annual Festival of New Works at BATS - Y&H feeds the theatrical hunger and quenches the creative thirst of younguns’ under 25.
Our 24th year will see a pop-tacular descent to hell, real reality TV, and an epic comedy about a Mongolian warlord flipping burgers!
Illustration credit: Ariki Brightwell
Image credit: Stephen A'Court
Why not save some pingers and fill your belly with a 2017 Young and Hungry Season Pass to see all three shows! See Attila The Hun, Fallen Angels , and One Night Only for just $51 Full Price and $39 Concession.
*Access to The Heyday Dome is via stairs, so please contact the BATS Box Office at least 24 hours in advance if you have accessibility requirements so that appropriate arrangements can be made. Read more about accessibility at BATS.