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“No Surrender” at La Mama by Mic Smith. Opening night

August 10, 2017

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“No Surrender” is a tale of a triple poaching attack in South Africa: the personal story of Roger the Rhino. Based on a real event and fictionalised, it was written by me and performed with me as Roger the Rhino and my old “cobba” Denis McArdle (Deno) in two roles as the poacher and Robert Ingersal, the head ranger on Francis Bacon Game Reserve. From first concepts, it was a bit of a journey getting to opening night but with plenty of “chookas” and “break a legs” it “went alright on the night”. Here are some photos of opening night featuring many friends and VIPs, for as is the case with all my shows I knew nearly everyone in the audience. Dedicated to animalitarians and humanitarians, the wild and the managed wild. Vale Sam Shepard (died July 27, what a dude). Happy birthday La MamaTheatre – 50 years you beauty!

 

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