TERRAPOLIS is a new performance work by award-winning artist Julia Croft which seeks to reimagine  a more sustainable way of existing with each other. 

$30 - $35 (Service fees may apply)
60 Minutes (No Interval)
Tue 19 - Sat 23 April 2022
Tue 19 Apr, 7pm - 8pm
Wed 20 Apr, 7pm - 8pm
Thu 21 Apr, 7pm - 8pm
Fri 22 Apr, 7pm - 8pm
Sat 23 Apr, 7pm - 8pm

PLEASE NOTE: You will be expected to present a Vaccine Pass to attend this event. Please be prepared to present your ticket and vaccine pass as you enter Loft theatre. If you already have tickets and are unable to provide a vaccine pass at entry, email

A jackhammer, a bunch of rocks, Annie with a gun, and an hour. Let's break into the void.

Created by award winning artists Julia Croft, Meg Rollandi and Jason Wright with direction from critically acclaimed creative Nisha Madhan, TERRAPOLIS is a new performance work that spins alternative webs between humans, objects, the "natural world" and geological time.

Croft is joined by celebrated performance designer, Meg Rollandi, and sound designer / composer Jason Wright who performs an original score live onstage. Together, they offer a world replete with Croft’s signature performance style of humour, pathos, pop culture mash-ups and deep enquiries into what it means to build your own feminist universe.

Deeply funny and deeply hopeful, TERRAPOLIS builds the world anew out of reimagined histories, mythologies, Jurassic Park hark-backs, disaster movies, ecologies and ecosystems.

Created with support from Creative New Zealand, Battersea Arts Centre and Massey University. 

Contains loud noises, haze, full nudity.

Ear plugs will be available by Loft entrance.

Performance will be filmed on Friday 22nd April

Created with support from:

Creative New Zealand
Battersea Arts Centre
Massey University

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