Public Fodder Theatre and NZ Fringe present:
In 1999, authorities discovered that Keli Lane, a 23 year old high-performance athlete and Sydney socialite, had given birth to a child she couldn't account for. The nine-year nationwide search for baby Tegan found no trace of the child, but it did unearth enough secrets and lies to land Keli behind bars.
Keli's story became a national sensation in 2008. Last year it returned to public view in an ABC documentary series and ongoing investigation. Her appeal has also been taken on by the RMIT Bridge of Hope Innocence Initiative.
Now, in this postmodern black comedy, Nathalie Morris brings to the stage her personal perspective on the case that has dominated national headlines for over a decade.
Inspired by Serial, The Jinx, and the films of Bart Layton.
Written and directed by Nathalie Morris and Andrew Eddey. Produced by Anthony Crum. Featuring performances by Nathalie Morris, Elisabeth Marschall, Tyrone Elia, and Andrew Eddey.
Dates and Time: March 5th - March 9th at 7.30pm.
Venue: Te Auaha, 65 Dixon St, Wellington