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Lucy Lawless in
Toa Fraser's BARE for Christchurch
25 March 2011

Role: "Woman Pissing"

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Lucy's character....... well, what can we say, she took her position in the dark, lights out ready for us to see what she was going to do.  Lights up... and Lucy is bending over with her butt stuck up in the air at the audience as her character is peeing in the streets !!  (for those with keen hearing, you actually knew it was Lucy on stage by the groan she let out as she was peeing - think A Tale of Two Muses toilet scene)[Dressed in, umm, help, a dress, don't ask me about colour, a shade of green or was it grey but it was open backed] 

She proceeds to have an hysterical drunken "conversation" with an officer about men & women peeing in the streets, the rights & wrong, inequalities, I forget the actual words, but do remember her going from drunken character peeing & arguing to suddenly striking a goddess statue with grace & pose (and toned arms).  

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In Order of Appearance

• Stacey Morrison
• Mia Blake
• Michael Hurst
• Morgana O’Reilly
• Ian Hughes
• Sara Wiseman
• Antony Starr
• Ian Mune
• David Fane
• Curtis Vowell
• Bronwyn Turei 
• Kirk Torrance 
• Lucy Lawless
• Rhys Darby
• Annie Whittle 
• Keisha Castle-Hughes
• Sam Neill
• Don McGlashan and the Jubilation Choir

The play will end with an inspirational performance of Bathe in the River by Kiwi music legend Don McGlashan accompanied by the 30-strong Jubilation Choir which includes Jackie Clarke, Rick Bryant and Amanda Billing plus Jennifer Ward-Lealand