Hey New Zealand fans, TV3 is going right back to the beginning! From Saturday June 11 onwards, Outrageous Fortune will play at 8:30pm on TV3, starting from series one.
Outrageous Fortune fans in Hawkes Bay, Hamilton and New Plymouth can catch up with Antonia Prebble in Michael Galvin’s darkly funny play, Station to Station.
The play, which premiered in Auckland in 2009, commences a central North Island tour in June/July. Check out the ticketing websites below for further details.
CENTRAL NORTH ISLAND CONSORTIUM in association with PASSENGER presents
STATION TO STATION
A play by Michael Galvin
Directed by Cameron Rhodes (The Reindeer Monologues, Closer)
With music by Geoff Maddock (Goldenhorse)
Starring Michael Galvin, Antonia Prebble, Donogh Rees
Designed by Simon Coleman, Nik Janiurek, Elena Doyle
Produced by Rachel Lorimer and Felicity Letcher
HAWKE’S BAY – 16 & 17 June
Thursday 16 June 7.30pm
Friday 17 June 7.30pm
HAWKE’S BAY OPERA HOUSE
Ticket Direct 0800 4ticket
NEW PLYMOUTH – 23 & 24 June
Thursday 23 June 7.30pm
Friday 24 June 7.30pm
Ticketmaster ph 0800 111 999
HAMILTON – 1 & 2 July
Friday 1 July 7.30pm
Saturday 2 July 7.30pm
CLARENCE ST THEATRE
Ticketek ph 0800 TICKETEK
Wednesday night’s conversation with cast and crew from Outrageous Fortune provided some intriguing insights into the series and how great television is made. Writer Rachel Lang described the relationship between Van (Ant Starr) and Munter (Tammy Davis) as the “greatest love story” of the show. Character development was also discussed with Tammy describing an early conversation with a director who provided a character sketch of Munter: “his name is Munter and he is always munted”.
Director Simon Bennett said the cast and crew of Outrageous Fortune were able to create great television because of the high level of trust on set. After the talk some of the fans in the audience managed to grab a few photos and signatures.
Next week’s line-up of actor Robyn Malcolm, director Britta Johnstone and editor Nic Smith will discuss the best and strangest moments behind the scenes on Outrageous Fortune.
If you’re missing your Outrageous Fortune fix go to Auckland Museum this Wednesday evening (March 30) – at 7pm they’re hosting a free talk with actor Tammy Davis, director Simon Bennett and writer Rachel Lang about the process that sees words on a page transformed into “real” characters. Drop into the Museum for a wine after work, check out the exhibition and stay on for the talk.
FREE TALK AT 7PM
EXHIBITION OPEN FROM 5PM – 7PM
CONVERSATION WITH CAST & CREW
From words on a page to mayhem on set – the process of capturing the magic. Outrageous director Simon Bennett, writer Rachel Lang and actor Tammy Davis talk about shooting the show.
CONVERSATION WITH CAST & CREW
Where’s Wolf? Outrageous actor Robyn Malcolm, director Britta Johnstone and editor Nic Smith share their memories of the best and strangest moments behind the scenes on Outrageous Fortune.
University of Auckland’s Professor Cristel Russell talking about the bonds we forge with on-screen characters, why it happens and what happens when they are gone.
The results are in! Outrageous Fortune took out four awards in the 2011 TV Guide Best on the Box awards including Best Drama, Best Actress (Robyn Malcolm), Best Actor (Antony Starr) and Sexiest Man (Antony Starr).
Congratulations to all.