Last Legs is a black comedy with sex, death and politics, set in the upmarket retirement community.
The 16th Ave Theatre presents Last Legs by Roger Hall, directed by Julie Lankshear, from September 6-21.
Outside of happy hour, the well-to-do seniors wallow in greed, jealously, love and lust – not to mention their share of gossip, backstabbing and scandal.
A protest sees fractures appear and the swanky facility becomes a hotbed of insurrection, intrigue and infidelity.
There’s nothing retiring about a retirement village, and aging is not merely about bridge and bedpans in this arresting comedy.
For more information and to buy tickets, visit: www.16avetheatre.co.nz
The Weekend Sun has two double passes to see Last Legs for two lucky readers.