‘Romeo and Tusi’ is a story of two teenagers growing up in a state housing area, whose parents are constantly at war with each other. With a meeting of fate at ‘the housie’, the two fall in love – but Romeo is Maori and Tusi is Samoan. What follows is a hilarious Pacific twist on Shakespeare’s timeless classic. Written by Oscar Kightley and Erolia Ifopo, and directed by Sasha Gibb,

30th May – 1st June
7pm. 2013
Venue: Whitireia Performance Centre, 25-27 Vivian Street, Wellington

Bookings: www.thetheatre.co.nz or phone bookings on (04)238 6225 between 3.30pm-7.30pm Monday to Friday
Made possible by support from the Wellington City Council.