Eleanor Bishop & Karin McCracken
Originally commissioned by Auckland Live and produced by Zanetti Productions
Jamie and Ari like each other.
Karin and Tom do too ;)
They might be at two separate parties, but their stories are identical.
Until they really aren’t.
Part confession, part documentary, part open conversation, YES YES YES is a theatre show created for young adults that explores the knotty and necessary topics of healthy relationships, desire and consent.
This latest work from award-winning duo Karin McCracken and Eleanor Bishop blends audience interaction with a captivating solo performance, and features in-depth interviews with teenagers from around Aotearoa.
Eleanor Bishop & Karin McCracken are an award winning duo of theatre makers who have been presenting work together since 2017. They make high quality, socially minded, formally innovative contemporary theatre for a range of audiences in New Zealand, and they develop their work through extensive research and in consultation with audiences, social agencies and academics. Eleanor Bishop is a director and writer and Karin McCracken is a writer and performer. Their award winning works include Body Double (co-created w/ Julia Croft, BATS STAB Commission, Auckland Arts Festival/Silo Theatre, Wellington Theatre Award Production of the Year 2017), Jane Doe (NZ touring, Edinburgh Fringe, Wellington Theatre Award Most Original Production 2018) and Yes Yes Yes (Auckland Theatre Award Excellence in Production , Wellington Theatre Award Excellence in Theatre for Social Change and Outstanding Performance (Karin McCracken) 2019).
- Cast and Creatives
“Intelligence, sensitivity, honesty, empathy and insight – all without a trace of preach” - Theatreview
“Funny, thoughtful and entirely relatable.” - NZ Herald
“Certainly hits its target as a sex-positive play about consent that parents can feel secure bringing their teenagers to.” - Theatrescenes
“If you have teens or not, def recommend YES YES YES...Asking questions about consent, it’s even more refined than its cousin JANE DOE, and it knows itself & its audience so well. Powerful, helpful work.” - Kate Prior, Pantograph Punch
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