167 Esk Street,
Winner of the Best of Fringe at the NZ Fringe Festival, 2018, This is a true story—a joyful, playful solo comedy show about death, revolution, unfulfilled love; and a possum.
Set in December 1998 in Dunedin, with music ranging from The Verlaines to the Backstreet Boys, My Best Dead Friend is a nostalgic, bitter-sweet comedy that celebrates friendship and the challenges of growing up, even if you are not really ready to.
Double bill shows: See My Best Dead Friend and Jane Doe on the same night for $48.
Created by Anya Tate-Manning & Isobel MacKinnon; performed by Anya Tate-Manning and directed by Isobel MacKinnon, this play is produced by Zanetti Productions for the Southland Arts Festival.
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