Nisha Madhan

Nisha Madhan has helped fund

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Barbarian Productions

Our much-loved Grim Reaper characters are returning in a new work entitled Help Us Change! They'll take to the streets as part of the Performance Arcade 2014.

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101% $3,030.00 OF
$3,000.00
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Shane Bosher

Edinburgh has a history of launching celebrated Kiwi talent onto the world stage. Madeleine Sami in No. 2, Tim Balme in JIMMY COSTELLO, Jacob Rajan in KRISHNAN'S DAIRY: they’ve all stood out from the crowd. This August, with your backing, you’ll be able to add the inimitable Morgana O’Reilly to that list.

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103% $14,515.00 OF
$14,000.00
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Andrew Gunn Pressure Point Collective

GOD-BELLY is an existential romp that ricochets between a 13th Century French monastery and a student flat in 21st century Auckland.

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109% $2,185.00 OF
$2,000.00
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Bryony Skillington

This is a kids party for adults! We are aiming to make the most epic immersive experience the Basement Theatre has ever seen. But we can't do it without a little helping hand from you..

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101% $5,055.00 OF
$5,000.00
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Jason Taylor

He aha ōu whakaaro e pā ana ki te Takutai Moana? The Turning Tide is a story about our relationship with the ocean. Follow our journey here.

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100% $5,000.00 OF
$5,000.00
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Lizzie Morris

We need your help to make our bangin', succulent-themed, devised theatre show at the Basement in October. We need 200 Cacti. So far we only have one.

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$1,100.00
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valvalval smithsmithsmith

Queer choreographic artist val smith has been awarded a scholarship to attend the 7th IDOCDE Symposium on Contemporary Dance Education in Vienna in July 2019!

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109% $4,041.83 OF
$3,700.00
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Jess Holly Bates

INHERITANCE is a funny and provocative enquiry into inequality in NZ. This Māori-Pākehā collaboration about wealth, embodiment and belonging debuts in July.

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143% $2,705.00 OF
$1,888.00