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The Plastic Orgasm is a multi - disciplinary performance incorporating theatre, dance, performance art, live punk music and feminist rage.
Help Josie and Kosta with their travels to New York City to work and perform with esteemed international choreographers, Jennifer Lacey and Wally Cardona
State of Princes has moved to Auckland. Help us transform our new Dominion Rd premises into a sharp and professional contemporary art space.
Sail Away is a new short film written by Tama Jarman, co-directed by Ella Becroft and Tama, and produced by Ilai Amir of Votre Arme.
A young runaway finds refuge with a 14 year-old self-proclaimed Messiah in a South Auckland garage only to discover that true salvation is in his own hands.
"Desire Line(s) is a fresh and startling new dance work, investigating the multiplicity and messiness of human intentions."
Dale Copeland is looking for help to cover our shortfall - Taranaki artists carrying a big exhibition to Paris. Any help is greatly appreciated.
I have been selected as a WORLD TOP 10 Trump impersonator, and will be performing in the world finals at Laugh Factory, Hollywood, on 26 April 2017.
What does the New Zealand cultural identity look like? To find out, Kate McGill tackles verbatim theatre with her new solo: Weave - Yarns with New Zealanders.
Strange Haven is a work space, venue and club-house for community conversations. Creating a functional studio is rather expensive so we need some help.
Hi, I am one of a group of artists invited back to exhibit in Paris this May, an exciting and invaluable opportunity to undertake as a NZ artist.
Preparing to record my second album in Austin, Texas. I'd love your support with this great opportunity.
When old age and over-priced funeral directors are knocking on the door, there’s only one thing to do. Give them both the finger!
Two worlds collide at Wellington’s biggest ever LGBTIQ pride celebration where a takatāpui (queer Māori) activist seeks self-acceptance.
After 15 years in Aotearoa and still unable to speak English, a Chinese grandmother searches for a sense of home on her bus trips to the Asian supermarket.