It is hoped that the Diamond Repertory show, Love Begins 50, which includes Donald Campbell (left) and Ben Thomas (right), will reach country level 1 once (file photo).
Due to the lockdown, one of the delayed Hevera stage dramas will probably still be able to run, but for a smaller audience.
Hāwera Repertory’s cast. Love starts at 50. Director Charles Pitts said his dress rehearsal was held on August 18, the night Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced that the country was going to Level 4 lockdown.
“Our hearts weren’t really in it that night. We were going to open on August 20.
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However, it was hoped that it could be staged at the Repertory House Theater, once the country reached level 1.
The large Hevera Memorial Theater, where it was to be held, was fully booked for the rest of the year.
He said the committee would decide when rehearsals could resume.
The Barbara Leiden Junior Drama Festival on September 21-23 has also been canceled, with the Jubilee celebrations on October 19-23, but the committee still hopes to celebrate.
“Not only are we facing these difficulties, other groups across the country are facing the same thing,” Patmos said.
“This is the second time we have been killed.”
the game God of Massacre. Postponed due to earlier quad lockdown, and larger. Buggy Mellon. Production was also postponed.
After that both shows were gone.