Popular Fringe show ‘Gaslight Me’ returns

Shining a light on the baggage in our minds is Marea Colombo in Gaslight Me. PHOTO: SIMON HENDERSON
Shining a light on the baggage in our minds is Marea Colombo in Gaslight Me. PHOTO: SIMON HENDERSON
After a sell-out season at Dunedin Fringe 2022, Gaslight Me is returning to the local stage.

Using psychology and comedy hand-in-hand, Gaslight Me exposes the inner workings of past relationships with family, friends, and lovers.

The work is an original creation by two Dunedin queer theatre practitioners, Wallace and Colombo, under the moniker Late Bloomers.

The piece is Colombo's first foray into solo performance, where she combines her experience in stand-up comedy and improvisation with her PhD degree.

Gaslight Me will be staged at the New Athenaeum Theatre on June 1 and 2, at 7.30pm.

 

 

 

 

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