- Written and directed by Fei Li
- A Felix Creative Theatre production
- Sept 8 - 9
- Chao Shan General Association, 107 Neilson Street
Calling the police is usually the first thing people do when they find their house burgled. This is not the case in the The Intruder, based on a true story that happened in Auckland years ago.
The drama, performed in both Chinese and English, revolves around the encounter between a Chinese empty-nester who speaks Mandarin, and a thief who speaks English.
One day, the old man senses his house has been burgled, but what's missing is only food. Meanwhile, his garden and mailbox are tidied up.
Wondering who it is, the senior finally catches the thief, a teenager Kiwi girl, who only wants to spend some time in her grandparents' old house when feeling upset.
A story filled with loneliness and love, Intruder is an original Auckland Chinese-English play that's bound to warm your heart! English and Chinese subtitles will be provided.
Felix Creative Theatre is a leading theatrical group with Chinese roots led by a professional director and actors, supported by like-minded theatrical enthusiasts.
Fei Li, the director and theatre co-founder, says: "The interaction between the two is quite interesting. Sometimes, we don't solve problems through language, but with our hearts."
Li has been a professional actor in China for almost 20 years and directed his first play Murder on Changde Road in Auckland in 2016.
A Felix Creative Theatre production
More information at Felix Creative Theatre
|Sat 8 Sept||7pm||Chao Shan General Association||107 Neilson Street, Onehunga|
|Sun 9 Sept||7pm||Chao Shan General Association||107 Neilson Street, Onehunga|
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... an original Auckland Chinese-English play that's bound to warm your heart