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The Two Farting Sisters

The tale of a girl whose flatulence causes blossoms to bloom.

The Two Farting Sisters is the delightfully cheeky story of two sisters and some surprisingly lucrative aromas.

Playwright Renee Liang and Petit Workshop have reinvigorated this traditional Chinese fable, throwing it bottom first into the present - from the quiet streets of Levin to the hustle and bustle of Auckland City.

Told by an all female cast using shadow puppetry, 3D puppets and live action, Petit Workshop create incredible worlds out of paper, light and shadow.

Directed by Ella Becroft. For ages 7+



Ella Becroft and Katrina Wesseling will run a free hour-long workshop on puppeteering and puppet making for children during the Auckland season.

The workshop will be a fun and relaxed introduction to puppeteering. We will focus on creating simple 3D puppets using paper, and then use these to explore movement and interaction, before creating small scenes.

For more info please get in touch.




Wellington Season – The Wellington Fringe Festival 2015
Bats Theatre, 1 Kent Terrace, Wellington
7pm. February 17th – February 21st 2015
+ 4pm Matinee, Saturday 21st

Book online
or call (04) 802 4175


Auckland Season – Chinese Lantern Festival & Auckland Fringe Festival 2015
Musgrove Studio, Maidment Theatre, 8 Alfred St, Auckland City
6pm. February 24th – March 7th 2015
+ Matinees TBC

Book online /
or call (09) 308 2383



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The Two Farting Sisters is supported by:

Alice Berry Design
Arts Alive Auckland Council’s Performing Arts Funding Scheme
Asia NZ
Creative New Zealand
Wellington Fringe Festival 2015, BATS Theatre Wellington
Auckland Lantern Festival 2015, Auckland Fringe Festival 2015



Auckland Fringe 2015 is an open access arts festival where anything can happen. It provides a platform for practitioners and audiences to unite in the creation of form forward experiences which are championed in an ecology of artistic freedom. The 2015 programme will see work happening all over the show, pushing the boundaries of performance Auckland wide from February 11 to March 1.