As the New Zealand Festival in Wellington prepares to celebrate 30 years in 2016, artistic director Shelagh Magadza talks to Dione Joseph about future-proofing its legacy.
Nelson Arts Festival programme producer Charlie Unwin tells us how regional arts festivals are energised by a place and its people.
Founder of TOA Productions Jason Te Kare is a firm believer that quality work deserves quality development. He tells us about the company's debut 'Cell Fish'.
Aroha Awarau says his latest play is a testimony to the strength of mothers dealing with tragedy and grief.
Free Theatre director Peter Falkenberg tells us about The Mauricio Kagel Project at Christchurch Arts Festival.
Director Nina Nawalowalo takes a break from rehearsals for The White Guitar to share with Dione Joseph the process and evolution of this personal work.
Dione Joseph reports back from the opening weekend at Christchurch Arts Festival after taking in a sensory feast spread across three days of artistic indulgence.
Christchurch Arts Festival director Craig Cooper tells Dione Joseph how the arts contribute to the developing narrative of a changing city and engage audiences.
US based writer Daniel Mendelsohn talks criticism and taste with Dione Joseph as he visits NZ for the Auckland Writers Festival.
Gregory O’Brien shares the stories behind his poetry and art with Dione Joseph.
Dione Joseph reports back from her wanderings at WOMAD 2015.
Choreographer Carol Brown talks about PAH and developing performances that offer an intersection between dramatic text and abstract expression.