Iconic and much-beloved NZ playwright Roger Hall is proud to confirm NZ THEATRE MONTH for September 2018 and is calling all theatres and creators to get involved.
“We can’t complain. We just need to renegotiate.” Jo Randerson urges artists to challenges the structures that limit the status of artists in our society.
“It all starts with the language.” In the midst of organising this year’s Koanga Festival, Amber reveals the true nature behind her work at Te Pou.
We farewell Barbara Procter as she leaves her role as Regional Funding Advisor for Arts and Culture at Auckland Council.
A self-proclaimed introvert, Mardo El-Noor says that his art is the crutch with which he can overcome his own perceived social limitations to fulfill his genuine interest in people and their stories.
CIRCUIT presents their annual symposium and artist week in Christchurch this year with a sensory feast of film that will leave you considering some of the bigger social questions.
Young hip hop artist, Emanuel Psathas, talks about the risky move of tackling NZ’s binge drinking culture in his debut album, Choice(s).
Dominion Rd The Musical promises not only a rollicking good time, but also a framework for building diversity in the truest sense of the word into performing arts practice.
“This is a stellar opportunity for musicians to learn so much from people who have been working with and in music for years,” Dylan Pellett, Independent Music NZ about this year's Global Music Summit.
Indian Ink is celebrating 20 years as one of New Zealand's favourite theatre companies. We speak to Director, Jacob Rajan, about the secrets behind their success.
Described as "a poet who tells millenial fables", Hadassah Grace weaves the tales of her own experiences into poignant reflections on life as a woman in contemporary New Zealand.
Returning home to New Zealand to direct the play that first ignited her love of theatre, we talk to Sara Wiseman ahead of the season of Danny and The Deep Blue Sea at Basement Theatre.