Have you ever noticed how in apocalypse movies women never seem
Do the scavenging teams even bother to look for sanitary
products for the badass women who have survived? Do survivors even
go to the toilet?! Where does everyone suddenly acquire combat gear
and guns? Not everyone is a skilled doctor or a police officer with
undercover training. What about the real people? Mary had something
to say about that.
This devised show follows Mary, a budding young screen writer,
as she gets the opportunity to pitch her script to a BIG film
executive. As she pitches; her world comes alive and we see the
characters she's written go on a post-apocalyptic mission to find
what bleeding humans need the most. Fanny bullets. Cotton ponies.
This apocalypse is unlike one we've seen before... will these
Embers Collective is a fresh company that's focusses on
enlivening the passions of our team, our fellow artists, and the
community around us. Founded by Ashleigh Hook and Rebekah Dack, our
goal is to create art that we want to make, whether that be
theatre, film, or art installations, that encourage our audiences
to start discussions with us, and their friends and whānau.
TAMPOCALYPSE is our first theatre piece and we are super excited
to share it with you! We noticed that there was a lack of realistic
portrayals of women in the apocalypse genre of film, and decided to
make a show about it. Supporting us with as little as $5 will go a
We're running this Boosted campaign so we can give you a BLOODY
*see what we did there* AWESOME SHOW!
The money raised from this campaign will go towards:
- Hiring rehearsal venues.
- Helping cover travel expenses for our cast and crew.
- Production costs: costumes, props and set constriction
Check out our Facebook and Instagram to see what we've already
been up to, and what's to Come!
We had a photo shoot!
1 MONTH AGO
We did a marketing photo shoot and the images turned out amazing! Thanks Michael Brown for photography and Georgia Hoskins-Smith for makeup.
The cast talking about why you should support us!
1 MONTH AGO