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I.A. (Insomniacs Anonymous)

Published: Thu 1 Feb 2007 10:46 AM
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RUA2 Productions Presents
I.A.
(Insomniacs Anonymous)
By Kate Fitzroy & Libby List
Directed by Rachel Lenart
BATS Theatre
9.30pm, Wednesday 14th – Saturday 17th February
Bookings: 04 802 4175 book@bats.co.nz $15/12/10
Insomniacs Anonymous – a disturbed comedy about sleeplessness in the city
Get up . . .
See a Doctor, take a bath, drink warm milk, count sheep, face north, breath deeply . . .
Get up . . .
See a bath, take a doctor, count a drink, milk sheep, breath north, warm face deeply. . .
Get up . . .
After six nights of lost sleep, expect slowed…speech, tremors, memory lapse, confusion concerning one’s own identity, unusual behaviour, paranoia.
Hallucinations, OCD’s, ADHD, paranoia, psychoses, stress, depression & vampirism are some of the weird and wonderful sleep deprivation side affects explored in Kate Fitzroy’s Fringe comedy I.A. –Insomniac’s Anonymous.
Insomnia can make people go mad and is used as an instrument of torture. Sleep is vital to our survival, so what does happen when we don’t get our recommended 7-10 hours a night?
Catherine can’t sleep, she doesn’t know why and things are starting to get weird…She starts to forget who she is and strange changes are taking place. Who is the Vampire that keeps entering her room and why would a ANYONE want to stay awake as long as they can just to break the world record???
“Hi Catherine, come in and take a seat. So what seems to be the problem? You can’t sleep? You…how long has this been going on? Three days? You’ve been awake for three days? Ok…well…do you want to know how long I’ve been awake??? Since 1998!”
Kate Fitzroy has a BA in Film and Theatre from Victoria University. She has acted in numerous Summer Shakespeare and Young and Hungry shows, TV and Film includes; 'Dark Knight', 'The Tribe' and the feature film 'Event 16' directed by Derek Pearson. After the success of The Cottage at BATS in the Fringe 2006 Kate joined the cast of Multi-media theatre piece I ain’t nothin’ but a glimmer in the dark she said performed at Shed 11 in October 2006.
ENDS

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