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Turkish Dogs invade BATS! Boost a team of Wellington's most inventive theatre makers so they can give the Kiwi travel myth a hilarious and heartfelt update.
Please support our website, so we can support writers now and in the future.
We have been invited to attend the ImagineNATIVE Film & Media Arts Festival in Toronto, Canada, to present our short film My Brother Mitchell.
Antony is Samoan.
Benny is Cook Island Māori.
But no-one can tell the difference.
A Lost Cause is a black comedy starring an all-female cast exploring mental health in Aotearoa.
The Wheel, The Vessel and The Landing: a project intending to explore renewable languages, centered around body and place.
With 75 performances and events lined up over 6 weeks, and with some help from you (please donate???) we can get Little Andromeda across the line.
Andrew Cesan has been nominated and selected to represent New Zealand on the judging panel of the 2018 Hip Hop Unite World Championships in The Netherlands.
Join us in our mission to ensure locally produced, professional theatre continues to be served up to the Dunedin public.
A contemporary dance work in collaboration with DANCE PLANT Collective, which unwraps the meat industry and explores its social and environmental implications.
Why did France award the Legion d'Honneur to Phyllis, a little known Kiwi woman? 'I’ll Tell You This for Nothing' recounts her dramatic WW2 story.
Wellington soprano, Alicia Cadwgan, has gained a place at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester to study a Master of Music.
I have been accepted into the Performance Diploma Program, at Boston University. Help me show the world how great Kiwi musicians are!
New Zealand, 1945: A war-widow confronts two crewmen from a German U-boat who have come ashore on a secret mission: to get fresh milk.
A girl, a bedroom and a dog. Oh and puppets, there’s puppets too.
Wellington Young Actors, an award-winning youth theatre company of 12-17 year olds, needs your help to save their performance of The Merchant of Venice.