Live at Six tells the story of a news anchor, Jane Kenyon, whose life and career is rocked when footage of her (apparently) misbehaving at a party goes viral.
The Performance Arcade is an award-winning miniature live-art festival presented free to the Wellington public each year. PA14 26 Feb - 03 Mar.
The Performance Arcade brings together visual arts and performance in a specially curated “exhibition-event” of live art practices on Wellington Waterfront. An arrangement of shipping containers and scaffold structures provides a temporary architecture for this unique project, housing a bar space, a programme of live music and events and new performance installations by New Zealand and international artists.
Java Dance goes to the Edinburgh Fringe in August this year with Back of the Bus. The wheels of this campaign are already rolling. Your support large or small will make a real difference.
We're organising a new festival of New Zealand theatre and performance in one of New York City's most exciting venues. We need support for the cost of promoting this festival in New York, and to get our set and props freighted around the world.
Muscle Mouth has been invited to present our latest dance theatre show Triumphs and Other Alternatives in Sydney. This is a triumph for us! We're running this campaign for the final part of our travel and accommodation costs, after raising the rest ourselves. This is an exciting time for us - Muscle Mouth is beginning to take flight!
I have earned a place at Leeds Beckett University studying for my MA in Performance, my live art research being The Beholder and the Performative Body.
Art building resilient cities. Art exhibition, artist talks, performance, public art and a symposium bringing together arts, community and business leaders.
A short film directed by award-winning filmmaker Ed Davis, written by award-winning playwright France Hervé. A contemporary epic tale crossing arts genres.