Black Confetti by Eli Kent focuses on the question of youth and consequences. Situated within Wellington’s often alienating party scene, where hipsters desperately yearn for significance, trying to make meaning out of their disaffected world, the play celebrates the ridiculous lengths we go to, in order to belong, to be cool, to be loved or even admired.
Directed by Leo Gene Peters
Production Designed by Rose Kirkup
Staging, design, production & costumes by students from Year 2 Management and Year 2 Costume.
Performed by Year 3 Acting.