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Apollo 13: Mission Control at Bats

16 Oct 2008
Apollo 13: Mission Control is a live film on stage, placing the audience into the heart of the action as HASA's Mission Control team, and pushing the boundaries for theatre in New Zealand. Bats…

Apollo 13: Mission Control is a live film on stage, placing the audience into the heart of the action as HASA's Mission Control team, and pushing the boundaries for theatre in New Zealand.

Bats will become a replica Mission Control, complete with retro computers, giant video screens and the tiny spaceship where three astronauts are fighting for their lives.Apollo 13: Mission Control is a live film on stage, placing the audience into the heart of the action as HASA's Mission Control team, and pushing the boundaries for theatre in New Zealand.

Bats will become a replica Mission Control, complete with retro computers, giant video screens and the tiny spaceship where three astronauts are fighting for their lives.Imagine what it might be like to be 200,000 miles away from Earth, trapped in the vast emptiness of space in a capsule no larger than a Morris Minor.

Then imagine it's up to you to bring it home.

Led by flight director Gene Kranz (Jason Whyte), audience members help make the crucial calls to bring the helpless astronauts (award winners Michael Whalley and Rachel Forman, joined each mission by an audience member) home.

Failure is not an option.

HASA is currently recruiting for members of Mission Control. To register your interest, visit www.hackman.co.nz

Season: Saturday 18 October - Saturday 1 November (no show Sun/Mon)
Time: 8pm
Tickets: $20 full / $13 concession / $15 groups (10+) or get an explorer pass for just $26!

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