Skyduck: A Chinese Spy Comedy
Australia

Skyduck: A Chinese Spy Comedy

  • Theatre
  • Comedy
  • NZ Premiere

SCHOOL TICKETS AVAILABLE

Top Gun meets 007 with a J-Pop backing track!

1993. China launches Operation Skyduck. Captain Yan and Agent Chang are sent to steal America’s most prized flight simulation software, when they find themselves trapped by hotshot NSA agent, Commander Kendrick. His plan? To destroy China’s military ambition once and for all… by infiltrating their dreams!

Skyduck: A Chinese Spy Comedy is a bilingual solo show written by and starring Sam Wang, who plays seven hilarious characters in a rollicking tale of international espionage, from a lovestruck Chinese secret agent to a dazzling J-Pop star to a foul-mouthed Australian aeronautic choreographer – and half the story is in Mandarin (with surtitles).

Blending lo-fi with high-tech, and utilising projection, puppets, musical numbers, and a dizzying array of transforming and handmade gadgets, Skyduck deploys all the charm of rough theatre alongside a truly impressive use of technology to recreate dogfights, chases, and a multi-layered psychedelic journey live onstage.

Prepare for lift-off!

Student Offer for Public Shows
Show Date/Time
: Tues 22nd-Fri 25th 8pm; Sat 26th 4pm; Sat 26th March 8pm
Location:
Herald Theatre
Price:
$15
Suitability:
Years 9-13 (Secondary School)
Curriculum Links
: Drama, Language
TO BOOK: Download the booking form HERE

School tickets $15
One teacher free per 10 students booke

Dates

  • Tue
    22
    Herald Theatre, Aotea Centre
    8:00pm
  • Wed
    23
    Herald Theatre, Aotea Centre
    8:00pm
  • Thu
    24
    Herald Theatre, Aotea Centre
    8:00pm
  • Fri
    25
    Herald Theatre, Aotea Centre
    8:00pm
  • Sat
    26
    Herald Theatre, Aotea Centre
    4:00pm
  • Sat
    26
    Herald Theatre, Aotea Centre
    8:00pm

Duration

60min

50 Mayoral Drive, Auckland Central, Auckland 1010


https://www.aucklandlive.co.nz/herald-theatre

Accessibility

5 Stars

“A hilarious and nostalgic thrill ride through time and pop culture.”

Artshub

Credits

Writer/Performer/Producer
  • Sam Wang
Director/Co-Producer
  • Aileen Huynh
Lighting Designer
  • Kelsey Lee
Composer
  • Tauese Tofa
Image
  • Aileen Huynh

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