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Bickerstaffe Road. Maungaturoto

Otamatea Repertory Theatre
Otamatea Repertory

Otamatea Repertory Theatre is a community theatre company based in the Kaipara District,Northland, NZ.
Our home is adjacent to the Maungaturoto Country Club on Bickerstaffe Road.
Thank you to all those who supported our production of

Based on the stories of Rudyard Kipling
Music by BB Cooper, Book and Lyrics by Toby Hulse
By arrangement with ARTFIELD

Directed by Peter Flower
ORT will host....


"Thereís no place like home.  But if everyone leaves and the place is empty . . . is it still home then?"

Te Waka Huia is a play inspired by the 1963 Brynderwyn bus crash.  It is a fictional tribute to those who died in NZís worst road accident, and to those who have lived with the loss ever since.

The play takes place in the present day.  Pahi - accompanied by his ghosts -  is the sometime resident of a derelict bus in an abandoned paddock on the outskirts of small town Helensville.  When two teenagers move in, drawn by their own sense of homelessness, Pahiís tangled worlds of past and present collide.  As his secrets unravel, and the threat of losing the bus becomes clear, the three discover a truth: whatever it looks like, home is worth fighting for.
Otamatea Repertory Theatre has appointed
Maura Flower
as director of its next show
The Frog Prince
a pantomime written by Peter Flower.

Auditions will be held on
Sunday 3 September
at the theatre, between 10 am and 5pm

See the Auditions page for full details.