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July 16, 2007 | by  | in Theatre |
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dGARE – 360 Degrees

17 July – 21 July, 7pm
Te Whaea, 11 Hutchison Road, Newtown
$15 / $12, Bookings: 04 381 9253

Wellington based singer-songwriter dGare presents 360 Degrees of darkness and light in this award winning concert. Singing of life’s struggles and successes, apparently we’ll be lured out of our comfort zone to truly examine the issues. She questions everything from the 60 minute sofa cure provided by therapists, to artistic criticism, technology and schizophrenia. A full on multimedia experience, this performance has evolved from the album 360 degrees, which dGARE first showcased at Wellingtons Fringe Festival. This time dGARE is accompanied by Doug Stenhouse on keyboards and Paul Streekstra on guitar.

Soundscape design is by Gil Craig and lighting design by Sefton Bates.

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