Reviews of Existence, and The Lost Babylon.
Starring Helen Mirren as Elizabeth II at an astonishing myriad of ages, it is a succinct, interesting play that is an absolute pleasure to behold.
THEA406 students show off their skills in two seasons of eclectic, varied and sometimes challenging theatre.
When I pay $17 for a ticket to a choreographic season I want to see movement, goddammit!
Translated and directed by Bronwyn Tweddle. Presented by THEA302 and THEA308.
THEA323 students Michael Hebenton and Maggie White sat down with Salient to chat about their upcoming Kiwi-produced, Asian-infused theatre performance.
Jonathan gets some comedic tips from a pro, bonds with him over Vic memories, and chats about the state of New Zealand comedy.
An interview with theatre company Indian Ink’s founding partner Jacob Rajan
Alix Bushnell talks to Salient Theatre Editor Diana Russel about returning to study at Victoria and life after Go Girls Bubbly and ever-charming, Bushnell has one of those contagious personalities. Five minutes with her and she’ll make you feel as though you’ve been friends for years—when in fact you’re little more than strangers. Just as [...]