Tue 12th Feb, 2019

Legacy Six

Q - 305 Queen Street, Auckland 1010
Tue 12th Feb, 2019
06:30 pm - 07:40 pm

Legacy Project has been sharing our local queer stories with heart on stage since 2014. In 2019, the results of our sixth development cycle will be unveiled in LEGACY SIX.

LEGACY SIX brings together a selection of provoking tales of love and family, of identity and dating, of connection and dance that showcase the up-and-coming voices from within our wonderful queer community.

WHEN: 5TH - 15TH FEB @ 6.30PM

WHERE: Q THEATRE VAULT (Part of 2019 Auckland Pride Festival)

TICKETS: $18 - $20 via www.qtheatre.co.nz/legacy-six

Each year Legacy Project carefully curates and develops six scripts from our open call submissions to create a collection of unique stories that speaks to the personal experiences from all corners of our queer community. In LEGACY SIX we tell our own stories, our way.

BETWEEN FATHERS AND THEIR SONS. Written by Daniel Ly, directed by Lucy Noonan.

"Because you are boy I never worried…"

CRACKS. Written by Todd Waters, directed by Catherine Yates.

A return to where everything began might be the beginning of the end.

THE GREY. Written by Ashleigh Ogden, directed by Joanna Craig.

How are we defined by our sexualities?

FOR PASTOR JAMES OF LOWELL CHRISTIAN CAMP, THE GIFT OF MOVEMENT. Written by Phillip Good, directed by Will Moffatt.

Christian boys don’t talk about taboo subjects. They dance around them.

SUPERNOVA. Written by Joshua Iosefo, directed by Dan Goodwin.

Star-crossed soul mates.

A PERFECTLY NORMAL WEDDING. Written by Kieran Craft, directed by Patrick Graham.

We can't choose our relatives, but we can choose our family.


“Drained my emotions, filled me with love.” (2018 audience member)

“F*cking brilliant mix of queer sh*t.” (2018 audience member)

“Legacy Project has topped itself again, with a fine selection of dynamic, rule-breaking stories told with unflinching honesty. This is uniquely queer theatre, told from a uniquely queer perspective.” (George Fenwick, nzherald.co.nz)

“A sense of identity comes from seeing our own culture and place in the world reflected back to us through storytelling, and this is what the Legacy Project has dished up for five years. The stories are experimental, quirky and raw, and they give a voice to a young queer generation.” (Andrew Whiteside, andrewwhiteside.com)