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YELLOW IS FORBIDDEN is a modern day Cinderella where diminutive and daring Guo Pei’s dream of the exclusive, savage haute couture world doesn’t end at the ball.
Super HUGH-Man - A modern musical cabaret, following the journey of a Kiwi man, influenced by the great Wolverine and Broadway star, Hugh Jackman.
Soft Tissue opens at the Basement this September and we need your help to make it an incredible show! It is all a bit dirty and strange. And beautiful...
We're almost there, but we need your help to fly.
Support our show 'Basement Tapes' get to the Melbourne Fringe Festival!
RETAIL CABARET is a love letter to the hard-working shop assistants of NZ. It's emotional catharsis for two performers who have worked a long time in retail.
A poetry project to help those who have experiences of mental illness, to counter stigmatisation and help artists to have their work acknowledged.
The Fickle Crowd is a short documentary observing the upcoming general elections in NZ and the role youth will play in it.
Hula Halau O Moananuiakiwa and Pacific Institute of Performing Arts students have been invited to perform at the Annual Kamau Pono festival in Honolulu.
Wellington has some of the funniest men and women in the comedy industry. Help us show the world what our amazing comedians can do!
Chicago-based composer, music director and broadcaster Robbie Ellis is coming home to make an album of his comedy songs.
Bring to life the story of NZ’s most infamous bush-rangers, the Burgess Gang, and their 1866 tale of murder, betrayal, repentance, retribution and execution.
Stiffs tells the Story of Eva who, takes a job in a Funeral Home to make ends meet and learns a valuable lesson about death, mourning and taking responsibility.
SNKR. is an exploration into the heart and "sole" of New Zealand's Sneakerhead community.
Produced by Georgia Glen
Directed by Monteil Jones
Kia ora. We're trying to raise some putea to help us in filming a documentary on Takatāpui (māori+queer) individuals and we really need your help!
A short film that offers an alternate perspective of PTSD and how trauma and imagination may fuse together to create meaning and beauty out of pain.
We need your help to make a documentary about body image, which explores what it means to be proud, Pasifika and beYOUtiful!