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Ever wanted a "Fringe Festival for Dummies" book? Donors are wanted to help Playhouse Productions NZ produce their very first show in the 2015 New Zealand Fringe Festival, Surgery In Mind!
Star(Mound) is a stone platform based on the structural and conceptual architecture of the star mounds of Polynesia.
Its more about what I feel then see. The burden of history and memory combine to make my work distinctive and enhance my vision. A image becomes mysterious and fleeting in my imagination, drawing me to create a metaphor with complexity and contradictions of real and imagined places
Robin Goblin is an extraordinary new tale set to premiere at The Basement in February 2015.
Written by Paul Rothwell and directed by Jackson Coe, Robin Goblin combines a talented crew of Auckland’s theatre makers for its premiere season in Auckland Fringe.
I'm a sound artist creating a magical sound-story with water sounds from three countries, as part of a sound and light projection for SCANZ 2015.
A moving and magical play about the end of creativity told by marionettes who know they are limited by strings but crave what lies beyond their reach.
A feature documentary film about one man’s journey with Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No.2. Part personal odyssey, part exploration of the place of art in all our lives, it celebrates the beauty of music and the bravery of those who choose to bring it to us.
Imagine being surrounded by art instead of advertising? Studio2 artists want to make that happen during the 2015 Dunedin Fringe Festival. They want to put their art on the back of the city's passenger buses so everyone can look art instead of ads - at least while the Fringe is on.
An immersive, interactive, pop-up theatre event tailored to Wellington's art identity, this is Shakespeare's Twelfth Night like you've never seen – or heard, or tasted, or felt – before.
Over the last forty years I have made many works that explore Waiheke social history - the evolution of the wine industry here has been an on-going subject of this archive of artworks.
Murray Hickman, Strike Percussion, and Adam Page, multi-instumentalist and composer extraordinaire, combine awesome musical forces to create the Mass Cuba Street Orchestra with over 50 musicians from 6 bands!
Opera takes to the balconies and hidden byways of Cuba Street.
Opera takes to the balconies and hidden byways of Cuba Street. Diva's descend from stratospheric heights, dangle from above or be encountered up close and personal in a series of operatic outbursts celebrating La Vie de Boheme that is The Street.
Opera director and choreographer Sara Brodie will create short vignettes of opera staged on and off the buildings in the Cuba Street area.
Featuring Wellington Batucada and samba groups from across New Zealand; The Carnival Zone will fill the streets with music, dance and festivity throughout the weekend.
A film/installation/dance event celebrating 100 years of dance in Cuba Street, with students from Tarrant Dance Studio.
A Kaleidoscope of Colours will clothe the trees and dancers will bring a range of dance moves to the CubaDupa spaces- at night a film installation will light up the building as Tarrant Dance Studio celebrates a classical time line of 100 years of talent treading to the top of the stairs at 125 Cuba St to 'love dancing'!
The Beop is band from the future, creating a spectacular live show – playing their extraordinary instruments in a hi-tech portal.
The urgency of this project cannot be understated. There are few surviving WWII veterans and this is perhaps the last generation that will have the opportunity to hear their first-hand experiences. This project aims to create a platform for young people to preserve significant oral history of NZ and, through the process, gain an appreciation for the contributions of New Zealanders in WWII.