“Treachery exists in many forms. We can see the evil, the injustices, the crimes, and their sources can be located and defined. We identify the darkness in neglect, denial, misjudgements, dismissal of rights, the injustices led by Governance systems, insurance companies, thieves, bad neighbours, and those we know. But it's closer than that. It's not there: it's here. It dwells in our institutions, our systems, our families, friends, and ultimately in us. The lies we tell ourselves, live by, defend and act on are where it starts. The Werewolves we need to fear are very close. – writer Tim Barcode.
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Susannah Donovan (Cassie), CoffeeBar Kid
“We’re really lucky to have the director and a cast member who lived through the quakes and lived a few streets from where the play is set. Ryan Mead who plays earthquake worker Mike lived in Aranui/Avonside and knows the actual location very well.