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The visual spectacular stage production is bringing the magic back to Wellington this September.
It was a gutting year for World of WearableArt (WOW) fans when the 2021 show was cancelled at the last minute, but all the Aotearoa and international finalists now have a chance to show off their stuff at a mind-blowing two-week event. The capital city will host an audience of over 60,000 from across the country, with designers coming from around the world.
The show is legendary. With a new cutting-edge creative vision this year by executive creative director Brian Burke. Brian is a Las Vegas show-maker, creative producer of America’s Got Talent, and co-executive producer of American Ido. Each night the stage will come alive with incredible works of wearable art, dancers, aerialists, and foot-tapping beats. A digital effects team will add to the spectacle with breath-taking AV creations.
“After two difficult years of having to cancel WOW shows, we are looking forward to bringing back the magic of our theatrical event, and celebrating our amazing designers from all over the world and their incredible garments," says WOW Founder and resident judge Dame Suzie Moncrieff. "We welcome our audiences back to Wellington and can’t wait take them on a spectacular journey of theatre, art and design.”
Thursday 29 September – Sunday 16 October