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CELESTIAL NOBODIES

NZ Fringe 2021

 

Celestial Nobodies is a polylogue of the personified planets in our solar system that talk about their unique and universal struggles. It’s a witty fusion of theatre and science that tackles social issues, and the impact of labels on our lives. We are excited to bring this hilarious, sharp, and cathartic journey of relatable experiences and space themes to the stage for the first time.

Experience a huge cast of solo performers and storytellers express a tapestry of experiences, as non-binary planets. Celestial Nobodies declares that STEM is for all, especially those in the Queer community.

Written by Evangelina Telfar

Directed by Anastasia Matteini-Roberts

Produced by Potentially Playing Productions

and Toi Ngākau Productions

Sponsored by MEAN Productions Ltd

Promotional Videos

 

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WHĀNAU, AROHA, KINDNESS & COMMUNITY

ISO GAMES

Sweet Axe Throwing Co.

During this lockdown, we got to create this promotional video for Sweet Axe Throwing Co. This hype video was to promote their ISO games. Every weekend they've hosted an Isolation tournament with 16 players competing from their backyards for the top spot each week.

AXES 'n ALES TOUR

Sweet Axe Throwing Co & Craft Beer Tours NZ

Wellington's most unlikely DUO. Sweet Axe Throwing Co and Craft Beer Tours NZ, have paired up to bring you a day you never saw coming. 

Axes 'n Ales. Every Saturday, 10am - 4pm

Theatrical Trailers

 

PEGGY PICKET SEES THE FACE OF GOD 

Circa Theatre - 2019

A theatrical trailer of a production put on last year by Wellington's Circa Theatre.

A play that turns the cliché of the drunken dinner party between old friends inside out.

"Running Late" Trailer

Toi Ngākau Productions

Toi Ngākau Productions Presents “Running Late”. A trailblazing Kiwi Black Comedy by Courtney Rose Brown. Winner of Playmarket's Plays for the Young (Teenage Category) 2017. Highly Commended of Playmarket's b425 2018.

Directed by Shauwn Keil 28th of May - 1st of June, 6.30pm

Special thanks to: The Cast of "Running Late" Fringe Bar and their team

Credits: Composition by Evangelina Telfar Typography by Aimee Monique

Behind the Scenes

 

CELESTIAL NOBODIES

Director: Anastasia Matteini-Roberts

NZ Fringe 2021 show 'Celestial Nobodies'.

Celestial Nobodies is a polylogue of the personified planets in our solar system that talk about their unique and universal struggles. It’s a witty fusion of theatre and science that tackles social issues, and the impact of labels on our lives. We are excited to bring this hilarious, sharp, and cathartic journey of relatable experiences and space themes to the stage for the first time.

Co-Producer: Bethany Grace Miller

NZ Fringe 2021 show 'Celestial Nobodies'.

Celestial Nobodies is a polylogue of the personified planets in our solar system that talk about their unique and universal struggles. It’s a witty fusion of theatre and science that tackles social issues, and the impact of labels on our lives. We are excited to bring this hilarious, sharp, and cathartic journey of relatable experiences and space themes to the stage for the first time.

MERCURY: Annica Lewis

NZ Fringe 2021 show 'Celestial Nobodies'.

Celestial Nobodies is a polylogue of the personified planets in our solar system that talk about their unique and universal struggles. It’s a witty fusion of theatre and science that tackles social issues, and the impact of labels on our lives. We are excited to bring this hilarious, sharp, and cathartic journey of relatable experiences and space themes to the stage for the first time.

MOON: Charlie Potter

NZ Fringe 2021 show 'Celestial Nobodies'.

Celestial Nobodies is a polylogue of the personified planets in our solar system that talk about their unique and universal struggles. It’s a witty fusion of theatre and science that tackles social issues, and the impact of labels on our lives. We are excited to bring this hilarious, sharp, and cathartic journey of relatable experiences and space themes to the stage for the first time.

SATURN: Finnian Nacey

NZ Fringe 2021 show 'Celestial Nobodies'.

Celestial Nobodies is a polylogue of the personified planets in our solar system that talk about their unique and universal struggles. It’s a witty fusion of theatre and science that tackles social issues, and the impact of labels on our lives. We are excited to bring this hilarious, sharp, and cathartic journey of relatable experiences and space themes to the stage for the first time.

URANUS: Laurel Mitchell

NZ Fringe 2021 show 'Celestial Nobodies'.

Celestial Nobodies is a polylogue of the personified planets in our solar system that talk about their unique and universal struggles. It’s a witty fusion of theatre and science that tackles social issues, and the impact of labels on our lives. We are excited to bring this hilarious, sharp, and cathartic journey of relatable experiences and space themes to the stage for the first time.

JUPITER: Amalia Calder

NZ Fringe 2021 show 'Celestial Nobodies'.

Celestial Nobodies is a polylogue of the personified planets in our solar system that talk about their unique and universal struggles. It’s a witty fusion of theatre and science that tackles social issues, and the impact of labels on our lives. We are excited to bring this hilarious, sharp, and cathartic journey of relatable experiences and space themes to the stage for the first time.

PLAYWRIGHT: Evangelina Telfar

NZ Fringe 2021 show 'Celestial Nobodies'.

Celestial Nobodies is a polylogue of the personified planets in our solar system that talk about their unique and universal struggles. It’s a witty fusion of theatre and science that tackles social issues, and the impact of labels on our lives. We are excited to bring this hilarious, sharp, and cathartic journey of relatable experiences and space themes to the stage for the first time.

SUN: Aimée Sullivan

NZ Fringe 2021 show 'Celestial Nobodies'.

Celestial Nobodies is a polylogue of the personified planets in our solar system that talk about their unique and universal struggles. It’s a witty fusion of theatre and science that tackles social issues, and the impact of labels on our lives. We are excited to bring this hilarious, sharp, and cathartic journey of relatable experiences and space themes to the stage for the first time.

EARTH: Courtney Rose Brown

NZ Fringe 2021 show 'Celestial Nobodies'.

Celestial Nobodies is a polylogue of the personified planets in our solar system that talk about their unique and universal struggles. It’s a witty fusion of theatre and science that tackles social issues, and the impact of labels on our lives. We are excited to bring this hilarious, sharp, and cathartic journey of relatable experiences and space themes to the stage for the first time.

MARS: Susan Williams

NZ Fringe 2021 show 'Celestial Nobodies'.

Celestial Nobodies is a polylogue of the personified planets in our solar system that talk about their unique and universal struggles. It’s a witty fusion of theatre and science that tackles social issues, and the impact of labels on our lives. We are excited to bring this hilarious, sharp, and cathartic journey of relatable experiences and space themes to the stage for the first time.

NEPTUNE: Lilli Margaret

NZ Fringe 2021 show 'Celestial Nobodies'.

Celestial Nobodies is a polylogue of the personified planets in our solar system that talk about their unique and universal struggles. It’s a witty fusion of theatre and science that tackles social issues, and the impact of labels on our lives. We are excited to bring this hilarious, sharp, and cathartic journey of relatable experiences and space themes to the stage for the first time.

VENUS: El Yule

NZ Fringe 2021 show 'Celestial Nobodies'.

Celestial Nobodies is a polylogue of the personified planets in our solar system that talk about their unique and universal struggles. It’s a witty fusion of theatre and science that tackles social issues, and the impact of labels on our lives. We are excited to bring this hilarious, sharp, and cathartic journey of relatable experiences and space themes to the stage for the first time.

PLUTO: Q Walker

NZ Fringe 2021 show 'Celestial Nobodies'.

Celestial Nobodies is a polylogue of the personified planets in our solar system that talk about their unique and universal struggles. It’s a witty fusion of theatre and science that tackles social issues, and the impact of labels on our lives. We are excited to bring this hilarious, sharp, and cathartic journey of relatable experiences and space themes to the stage for the first time.

THE GIRLS

Behind the Scenes of 'The Girls' 1

Our creative director was fortunate enough to be ask to join the first full female cast and crew who were making a fully/partial funded film since the 80s in NZ to be a part of the Behind the Scenes (BTS) crew. Not only did she get to witness what is was like to be on a film set for the first time but she also experienced the amazing teamwork of some extremely talented and strong women. These women set out in the making of this short film 'The Girls' in the hopes to achieve several things! Here are some of the cast and crew talking about one of their 'Whys', and you also get a sneak peek into the film!

Behind the Scenes of 'The Girls' 2

Our creative director was fortunate enough to be ask to join the first full female cast and crew who were making a fully/partial funded film since the 80s in NZ to be a part of the Behind the Scenes (BTS) crew. Not only did she get to witness what is was like to be on a film set for the first time but she also experienced the amazing teamwork of some extremely talented and strong women. These women set out in the making of this short film 'The Girls' in the hopes to achieve several things! Here are some of the cast and crew talking about one of their 'Whys', and you also get a sneak peek into the film!

Behind the Scenes of 'The Girls' 3

Our creative director was fortunate enough to be ask to join the first full female cast and crew who were making a fully/partial funded film since the 80s in NZ to be a part of the Behind the Scenes (BTS) crew. Not only did she get to witness what is was like to be on a film set for the first time but she also experienced the amazing teamwork of some extremely talented and strong women. These women set out in the making of this short film 'The Girls' in the hopes to achieve several things! Here are some of the cast and crew talking about one of their 'Whys', and you also get a sneak peek into the film!

RUNNING LATE

Running Late: Behind the Scenes 2

Directed by Shauwn Keil Bats Theatre 28th of May - 1st of June, 6.30pm

"Behind the Curtain" features behind the scenes footage and interviews from the cast of 'Running Late', a sold out trailblazing Kiwi Black Comedy produced by Toi Ngākau Productions and written by Courtney Rose Brown. In this series of promos, we will find out more about the people behind the characters, this unique play and what 'Running Late' can do that other shows don't. Directed by Shauwn Keil Bats Theatre 28th of May - 1st of June, 6.30pm

Credits: Title by Aimee Monique

Running Late: Behind the Scenes 3

Directed by Shauwn Keil Bats Theatre 28th of May - 1st of June, 6.30pm

"Behind the Curtain" features behind the scenes footage and interviews from the cast of 'Running Late', a sold out trailblazing Kiwi Black Comedy produced by Toi Ngākau Productions and written by Courtney Rose Brown. In this series of promos, we will find out more about the people behind the characters, this unique play and what 'Running Late' can do that other shows don't. Directed by Shauwn Keil Bats Theatre 28th of May - 1st of June, 6.30pm

Credits: Title by Aimee Monique

Running Late: Behind the Scenes 1

Directed by Shauwn Keil Bats Theatre 28th of May - 1st of June, 6.30pm

"Behind the Curtain" features behind the scenes footage and interviews from the cast of 'Running Late', a sold out trailblazing Kiwi Black Comedy produced by Toi Ngākau Productions and written by Courtney Rose Brown. In this series of promos, we will find out more about the people behind the characters, this unique play and what 'Running Late' can do that other shows don't. Directed by Shauwn Keil Bats Theatre 28th of May - 1st of June, 6.30pm

Credits: Title by Aimee Monique

Running Late: Behind the Scenes 4

Directed by Shauwn Keil Bats Theatre 28th of May - 1st of June, 6.30pm

"Behind the Curtain" features behind the scenes footage and interviews from the cast of 'Running Late', a sold out trailblazing Kiwi Black Comedy produced by Toi Ngākau Productions and written by Courtney Rose Brown. In this series of promos, we will find out more about the people behind the characters, this unique play and what 'Running Late' can do that other shows don't. Directed by Shauwn Keil Bats Theatre 28th of May - 1st of June, 6.30pm

Credits: Title by Aimee Monique

Re-Homing Videos

ARAN: Cooper

Sept 9, 2020

Cooper is around 12 months of age and located in the Manawatu. Cooper is a special boy. He is young and energetic and loves his people. You will be rewarded with lots of fun times and cuddles.

Cooper does however, get very anxious when his people leave so would suit a family or couple/single who are home during the day or could take him to work.

ARAN: Rosie

Sept 9, 2020

Rosie is a Whippet and around 16 months old. She is young and energetic, so loves to run and play. Rosie is best suited to an active family with older children or an active couple/single. She would love to go on long walks and accompany you on biking/hiking adventures.

ARAN: Blue

Aug 26th, 2018

This is a snapshot of the lovely Blue who ARAN confirms would be suited to a lifestyle block as a working pet, as he can work cows. Big Blue is 13 months of age and needs rehoming as he was found at the pound.