Tessa is a criminal defence lawyer at the top of her game and loving it: defending, cross-examining, and playing the rules of the law to win. But when the tables turn she finds herself at the mercy of the very system that she has dedicated her life to, shadows of doubt are illuminated, making us question, who is our legal system serving?
Turning our courts of law into a different kind of stage, this sharp, witty and gripping one-woman show written by Suzie Miller has had stellar seasons throughout Australia, the West End and on Broadway. This phenomenal production starring Mel Dodge (Miss Brontë) and directed by Lyndee-Jane Rutherford (That Bloody Woman), continues an urgent conversation for Aotearoa New Zealand.
After a sell out season at Circa Theatre in Wellington, we welcome this extraordinary production as it tours through New Zealand, and can't wait to share it with the Manawatū audience.
Please not the show talks about sexual assault and may not be suitable for some viewers
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