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Renee Lyons

Soo-Young: The Musical, is a heartfelt, rollicking-good-time, following one woman's hope filled struggle to find her way through a foreign country. As we experience the triumphs and tribulations of an immigrant in NZ we are also treated to the fantastical world and imagination of this delightful and familiar character. How can a life story so fabulous be left untold?

106% FUNDED
106% $3,180.00 OF
$3,000.00
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Bare Hunt Collective

MUNTED is a verbatim documentary theatre response to the Canterbury February 22nd Earthquake, derived entirely from interviews with Cantabrians, members of the media and other New Zealanders.

124% FUNDED
124% $4,355.65 OF
$3,500.00
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Multinesia Productions

How do you stand out among 3,000 shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival? Put on a hilarious show called Black Faggot about gay Samoans. But we need your help to bring our hit comedy play to the world stage.

126% FUNDED
126% $3,150.00 OF
$2,500.00
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Last Tapes Theatre Company

Our regional tour will see Verbatim performed in New Zealand prisons, schools, and regional theatres. These are real stories, told in the words of those who lived them.

118% FUNDED
118% $3,540.00 OF
$3,000.00
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Theatre Stampede & Nightsong Productions

Help us stage the unstageable and bring our next wild theatrical proposition to life: a 6-foot cat called Claude.

106% FUNDED
106% $10,410.00 OF
$9,750.00
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Julie Zhu

Pasifika Theatre movement FCC is bringing internationally acclaimed play The Mountaintop to Aotearoa for the first time, with an all Pasifika cast and director.

102% FUNDED
102% $5,140.00 OF
$5,000.00
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Tallulah Holly-Massey

A new movement work by Tallulah Holly-Massey. Four bodies. Mammals/humans/organisms. A supernatural hair dance.

103% FUNDED
103% $3,100.00 OF
$3,000.00
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FAFSWAG Arts Collective

FAFSWAG Arts Collective travel to the Centre Pompidou in Paris and Moku Pacific Arts HQ in London to present the fafswagvogue.com Interactive Documentary series

115% FUNDED
115% $6,900.00 OF
$6,000.00