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Shabbat Shalom and Thank You for Coming is a ritual, a celebration, a show, a dinner party and you (yes, you) are invited.
I've been lucky enough to be accepted into an Art Residency at NES studios in the North-West of Iceland in a town called Skagaströnd in March 2017.
A play about the adventure of a naive robot who learns about what it means to be human by examining episodes of everyday people.
I have the incredible opportunity to attend John Bolton's 'Theatre for Life, Life for Theatre summer school’ for three whole weeks next month!!
The 44th International Viola Congress will be hosted in Wellington, NZ from September 1-5, 2017 and aims to promote viola performance, repertoire, and research.
"You. I'm waiting for you. We're waiting for you to do something. I don't know what it is yet, but I hope it's something wonderful."
We need help making our puppets for our Auckland Fringe show! You pitch in what you can, and we'll make the magic happen.
Carving Water, Painting Voice, our journeys carve water, our languages paint voices, is an outdoor artwork for headland Sculpture on the Gulf 2017.
A short film about a quiet and lonely food delivery man falling in love with a customer, Jenny. This is a love story that starts out sweet but ends up sour.
NO NGA HAU E WHA,
"PUORO ATU PUORO MAI"
TEHEI MAURI ORA
A project to raise money for the repair / replacement of the earthquake damaged organ at the Wellington Cathedral of St Paul
An uplifting film about deep matters that affect all Kiwis in some way or other.
Composure is an improvised creative dance practice. Please help us perform our 12-hour endurance dance work in the Auckland & Dunedin Fringe Festivals, 2017!
Bleeding black is the story of one mans struggle with an addiction we rarely talk about - being a rugby fan.
Join us in reopening the wonderful Katherine Mansfield House and Garden after the 14 November earthquakes.