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Directed/Produced by Adam Procter
presented by Adam Performing Arts Company

[1 hr]

at Pearce Street Hall, 3 Pearce Street, Onehunga, Auckland
From 1 Mar 2013 to 2 Mar 2013

Reviewed by:  Melissa Fergusson;


Bedazzle your knickers the GAGA floor is open for business…APAC's professional debut brings GAGA's music and dance to Fringe from March 1st to March 2nd 2013 at Pearce Street Hall, Onehunga.

YOÜ is about finding your own identity. APAC's theatrical piece ricochets between humanistic journeys of self-discovery and an edgy urban perspective of the young adult. APAC itself has been a company inspired by crazy GAGA antics and this show is an attempt to mesh all of this together.

APAC is a youth driven performing arts company based in Onehunga. APAC produces productions – all performed, managed, directed and technically supported by young people. APAC has showcased NZ theatre, original devised work and dance pieces. YOÜ is APAC's first offering into the professional arts scene.

APAC wanted to take a risk. Into weaving personal experience, choreography and their own limits of young performers. YOÜ is a collaboration of finding identity, understanding sexual orientation and recognizing that it's safe to be YOÜ.

Evening shows from 8pm, GAGA inspired fashion welcome.

Auckland Fringe runs from 15 February to 10 March 2013. For more Auckland Fringe information go to

YOÜ plays
Friday 1 March & Saturday 2 March 2013 @ 8pm
Duration: 60 Minutes
Venue: Pearce Street Hall, Onehunga, Auckland
Tickets: $15 GA (standing) available for purchase from iTicket
Bookings: or phone (09) 300 3100