Who (and what, how, why) Is The Saboteur?

Three performers on stage, bathed in purple light. Two of them look suspiciously at a third, whose back is to us.
The Saboteur at BATS Theatre, Wellington. Image: Alex Rabina
A theatre audience voting on their phones, while someone onstage holds up a sign.
The Saboteur at BATS Theatre. Image: Alex Rabina
Three performers on stage. One waves her hands in the air in shock, having just been eliminated.
The Saboteur at BATS Theatre. Image: Alex Rabina

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Performer-y thing, language type, museum-ite. General Manager at Jetpack Theatre, formerly of ACMI. He/They. The museum logos article was a fluke sorry xoxo

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Performer-y thing, language type, museum-ite. General Manager at Jetpack Theatre, formerly of ACMI. He/They. The museum logos article was a fluke sorry xoxo

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