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The Girl On The Train - Directed by Matthew van den Berg
What you see can hurt you

The Girl On The Train

Paula Hawkin's thriller adapted by Rachael Wagstaff & Duncan Abel

Directed by Matthew van den Berg

Season: May 8 to 29, 8pm
Matinees: May 9 & 16, 2pm

About

Rachel Watson longs for a different life ... her only escape is the perfect couple she watches through the train window every day, happy and in love. Or so it appears. When Rachel learns that the woman she’s been secretly watching has suddenly disappeared, she finds herself as a witness and even a suspect in a thrilling mystery. THE NZ PREMIERE. Contains adult themes. Please note that the play includes very brief use of strobe lighting.

Cast (in order of appearance): Katie Fullard (Rachel Watson), Cameron Smith (Tom Watson), Saga Vigre Bohinen (Megan Hipwell), Daniel Wilkinson (Scott Hipwell), Romain Mereau (Kamal Abdic), Ruth Edgar (D.I. Gaskill), Natasha Foster (Anna Watson). Other characters played by members of the company.

Production Team:
Director Matthew van den Berg
Production Co-ordinator/Prompt Laurie Mills
Stage Manager Trevor Hynes
Assistant Stage Managers Bruce Wighton
Set Design David Guthrie
Set Décor Matthew van den Berg, Elizabeth Amiss
Lighting Design Glen Mortensen
Sound Design Nik Rolls, Matthew van den Berg
Technical Operators Hanneke Beets, Dylan Day, Ilia Murphy, Tony Simmons
Wardrobe Ginny Jones
Properties Elizabeth Amiss
Set Foreman David Guthrie 
Set Builders and Painters David Gifford, Pat Hudson, Doug Johnson, Dan Vlad, Chris Whitehead
Intimacy Advisors Adele Tunnicliff, Anna Baird

Single Ticket Prices

Adult: $29
Concessions: for seniors aged 65+: $26 (with proof of concession)
Equity New Zealand members: $26 (with membership ID)
Groups of 10+: $25
Members: $25
Students (with ID): $15
Playwright's Passport (available to Playmarket’s playwright clients): free available ticket from the box office on the day or night of the performance (with membership card and photo ID) 

 

Reviews

 

Read the BroadwayWorld review.

Read the Times review.