Legacy 6 Brings Experimental Queer Theatre To Pride

For six years, the Legacy Project has given a voice to queer writers by enabling them to share bite sized plays with their audiences. In that time emerging writers have shared over 30 stories on stage.

In this interview with Andrew Whiteside, Legacy’s director and creator Bruce Brown discusses the ethos behind the project and what audiences can expect this year.

WHEN: February 5-15 6.30PM
TICKETS: $20 / $18 (concession) *Service fees apply BOOKINGS through: qtheatre.co.nz / 09 309 9771
For more information on the project visit: legacyproject.co.nz

This article was originally published on andrewwhiteside.comRead the original article.

Share on facebook
Share on google
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Andrew Whiteside

Andrew Whiteside

Andrew Whiteside made his name as a reporter, director, and producer on Queer Nation, one of the longest-running queer television programmes. After nine years with the show, Whiteside went on to set up his own company, Roll Tape Productions.

More to explorer