It’s not that I didn’t see some amazing works of theatre there, it’s just that Downstage, like so many deceased theatre ventures in New Zealand, had a big hand in digging its own grave.
‘Tis an interactive exploration of the New Zealand bush, with its actors embodying the native critters we so often take for granted.
VUW’s THEA304 students are presenting a series of works titled Growing Pains. Young directors Emma Robinson, Maggie White, Cassandra Tse and Matt Loveranes sat down with Salient.
If you like improvisation, quick, witty storylines, and great characters, you don’t want to miss this season of The Young and the Witless 7.
For the 2013 edition of the Made in New Zealand series, guest choreographer Sarah Foster-Sproull teams up with old friend and musician Eden Mulholland for a surreal work called Colt.
The PlayShop mixed bag is still a delicious experience. Go, indulge, and laugh until you wet yourself a little.
As seems to be tradition with the Young and Hungry Festival, one play’s great, one’s not great, and one is okay.