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June 16, 2014

It’s been a while since Wellington audiences have had a chance to see The PlayGround Collective, and their return to Bats is triumphant.

June 16, 2014

A new play by Lori Leigh.

May 26, 2014

As the dancers emerge from the deep dark, their costumes, designed by Jane Boocock and Donna Jefferis and constructed by students, are strikingly elegant and beautifully made, setting the scene for this bizarre performance – outside of any specific time or place.

May 20, 2014

The most striking routine was Eliza Sander’s ‘Pink!ish’, during which two male dancers perform an intense and complex choreography while keeping their mouth’s constantly in contact.

April 13, 2014

Cut to 1924, Hollywood. A party of movers, shakers and up-and-comers board a boat for a weekend cruise on which “One of them will leave horizontally”

April 6, 2014

“When I was a kid I’d look at the bars in the bus and think about using them to dance.”

April 6, 2014

This Rugged Beauty is intended as a satire of the confluence of national mythos with tourist-brochure marketing-speak that has passed for this country’s national identity over the last ten to fifteen years.

March 31, 2014

Black Romedy sold itself as: “One hour. Two shows. Eternal satisfaction.”

March 24, 2014

Once We Built a Tower is the latest in a run of brilliant Bacchanals productions lighting up the Wellington scene.