Graeme Tetley and Sara Brodie
Graeme wrote the script for Riverside Drive and Sara is directing its world premiere at the Festival of Colour. The play takes its starting point in New Zealand in the early fifties, a time when the baby-boomers were growing up and began to challenge the older generation. The Mazengarb Commission investigated teenage immorality and the subsequent report was delivered to every household in the country. So just what insights does the play offer into those times?
Graeme is an award-winning script- writer and Sara the leading theatre and musical director in the country.