Theatre

The Most Naked

A compelling, provocative and unsettlingly sexy multidisciplinary cabaret-theatre work stripping nakedness to the bone.

$35 - $49 (service fees may apply)
60 minutes, no interval
13 - 17 June 2023
Tue 13 Jun, 7:30pm - 8:30pm
Wed 14 Jun, 7:30pm - 8:30pm
Thu 15 Jun, 7:30pm - 8:30pm
Fri 16 Jun, 7:30pm - 8:30pm
Sat 17 Jun, 7:30pm - 8:30pm

A Cabaret of Skin and Bone.

Fearlessly sinking its teeth into cultural mores around nudity, strip tease and the flashing of skin, The Most Naked is a compelling, wild and unsettlingly sexy multidisciplinary work-come-cabaret that strips nakedness right down to the bone. Inspired by cabaret and burlesque art forms and incorporating mesmerising dance artistry, subversive theatre, spectacular live music and political eroticism.

Created and performed by force-of-nature movement alchemist and “most naked” performer Hannah Tasker-Poland, with the live musical wizardry of internationally renowned composer and musician Lucien Johnson.

Fresh from sold-out seasons across Auckland, Wellington, Dunedin and Hawke’s Bay to spectacular reviews and box office waiting lists, The Most Naked is is "much much more than a show - it will toy with your senses, twist your mind and send you deep into your own behaviour values and experiences".

Developed in partnership with Auckland Live.
Supported by Creative New Zealand and Q Theatre.

Presented by:
projectMUSE 

Creative Team: 
Hannah Tasker-Poland - Producer, Creator, Performer
Lucien Johnson - Composer, Musician
Lucy Lynch - Performer
Holly Finch - Performer
Brynne Tasker-Poland - Lighting Designer + Operator
Elizabeth Whiting - Costume Designer
Emmanual Reynaud - Co-Producer, Co-Production Manager
Yolanda Bartram/BodyFX - Special Effects Prosthetics Artists
Michelle Lafferty/Elephant Publicity - Publicist

Audience Warnings: 
Recommended for ages 16+. Contains explicit language, sexual themes, nudity, strobe lighting and loud music. 

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