Man Parts was devised and performed by Carrie Green.

The Propeller Stage, Bats Theatre, Wellington March 2016

Erica Kingi-Little is the best female tenor in Dannevirke but no-one knows it yet. After being overlooked for leading roles by The Dannevirke Players Erica decides to make her own musical and shine in all the roles she was born to play.

Pics from the live recording at Bats, March 2016



Carrie Green

Carrie Green Photo: Ensemble Impact

Carrie Green

For 2016 Carrie Green set herself some goals, one of which was to make some of her own work.

Carrie grew up in Palmerston North and performed in a number of provincial towns as a student. The experience created an interest in small-town theatre societies and the productions created by people who have an absolute passion for performance: theatre and musicals. It's an interest she explores in this solo show where the central character Erica Kingi-Little (first created at drama school) returns to the stage for an encore performance in 'Man Parts'.

Since graduating Carrie has had a number of roles in plays at Circa and Bats Theatre’s in Wellington, The Court Theatre in Christchurch, an din The Dark Room in her home town Palmerston North. She has also toured the country with Capital E, The National Theatre for Children.

In 2015 Carrie Green was also awarded Best Female Newcomer at the Wellington Theatre Awards.

'Man Parts' is her first solo show since graduating from Toi Whakaari. It was first performed on The Propeller Stage at Bats Theatre, Wellington in March 2016


Man Parts was recorded by RNZ Drama. The recording engineer was Dan Beban, the studio engineer Phil Benge, and the recording director was Duncan Smith

Gallery Images by Adam Macaulay RNZ