One of New Zealand’s most beloved plays, Skin Tight is a sensual love story drawing from the classic Denis Glover poem ‘The Magpies’. A 1998 Edinburgh Fringe First winner, it continues to play internationally to acclaim. Winner of a 1996 Chapman Tripp Award for Best New Short Play, Mo & Jess Kill Susie is a taut and tense hostage thriller touching off racial tensions in New Zealand society. The popular An Unseasonable Fall of Snow is a riveting whodunit with an unforeseeable twist.
“What we’re looking for in theatre is just the right combination of heart and mind. Gary hits that mark better than anyone I know. His plays are always fresh, innovative and insightful – smart as – but most importantly you know that when you see them you’re going to feel something, that Gary is going to zero in on some aspect of humanity and take you to the beating heart of it.” Ken Duncum
“The title Skin Tight says it all... The play becomes a universal homage to love.” The Press
“... has the impact of a punch in the stomach.” The Evening Post on Mo & Jess Kill Susie
“An Unseasonable Fall of Snow is a clever, moving piece of writing from one of New Zealand’s finest directors and playwrights.” Sunday Star Times