Portable Union and Q Theatre present

Nominated 3x Chapman Tripp Theatre Awards 2012
Winner / Best Male Newcomer 2012

"Simple, thought-provoking and mature, One Day Moko is a beautiful gem of a show – don't miss it." [Theatreview]

This is my trolley. Found it behind the Mercury Plaza, just by the food court. Don’t touch it.

K’Rd is Moko's turf - strip clubs, karaoke bars, mean-as kebab joints and staunch bouncers - he sees it all. Scoring half–smoked ciggies from the gutter. Choice. 

Inspired by real encounters with people living on the streets of Auckland and Wellington, One Day Moko is about an urban cowboy. One performer builds a city, and a fantastical world, out of discarded items in the back of a trolley. Take a tour and discover Moko's haunts, secret places, the known bridges or quiet benches. Wake up and smell the baked beans. 

Created, operated and performed by Tim Carlsen (Once on Chunuk Bair, I Love You Bro), this re-imagined version, directed by Leo Gene Peters (Strange Resting Places), investigates how rebellion, opportunity and routine shape our everyday lives.

Life's never a dull moment when you live one day at a time.

"...the experience of a rough life that belies the skill and subtle precision with which it is dramatised. Don't miss it" [Theatreview]
"One Day Moko lingers in the memory" [The Capital Times]

***THE MOKO EFFECT – help Tim Carlsen bring folk from the Auckland City Mission and youth from Nga Rangatahi Toa to experience One Day Moko by adding a $10 gift ticket to your booking. Each donated ticket will help introduce someone new to the magic of theatre. Click here to purchase a gift ticket or simply add to your online booking.***

ONE DAY MOKO is part of the Q Presents 2014 season - a venue partnership programme established to support the growth and development of New Zealand's performing arts sector.