A new hour of story-telling from the most exciting new comedian in the country.
"A great companion for the young and worried."
The NZ Herald
Poetry and post-modernism, verse and the universe, syllables and the slow decay of nature. Uther Dean Reads 300 Haiku is a tour-de-force of emotion, narrative and, most importantly, haiku. Can we ever make art that reflects what it's really like to be a person? Can the pain of creation ever justify the joy of presentation? Can Uther be trusted to count 5,100 syllables correctly?
WINNER: Best Solo - NZ Fringe 2014. WINNER: Best Theatre - Dunedin Fringe 2013
"Comic genius" - Theatreview
"Dean’s wit is incredible" - Wellingtonista
"A master class in story-telling" - Manawatu Standard
Photo by Liesha Ward Knox.
Writer/Performer: Uther Dean
Director: Hannah Banks
Production: My Accomplice
*Access to The Studio 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.