The Magdalena Aotearoa Trust was founded in 1997 to encourage and promote the work of women in the performing arts in Aotearoa (New Zealand). It was inspired by the Magdalena Project, an international network of women in contemporary performance.
Jo Randerson: Call to Action - Jo Randerson was interviewed recently by The Big Idea on the status of the artist in society today.
Women in Theatre Hui - The third Women in Theatre Hui will be held on 24 September 2017, 13:00-17:00, at BATS Theatre, Wellington.
Remembering the Dark Ride - This fabulous image of Kilda Northcott as Demeter, in the2005 spectacular Demeter's Dark Ride - An Attraction, is featured on the cover of issue 70 of Australian Drama Studies.
Hens Teeth is coming back! - Hen's Teeth returns to Circa Theatre, March 14-15 2017.
A feminist fringe - Feminist Fringe is a website dedicated to feminist engagement with Wellington's 2017 Fringe Festival.
Maule and McNamara public presentation about Magdalena Aotearoa. - Madeline McNamara and Lisa Maule present Magdalena Aotearoa and the Magdalena Project at WTF! Women's Theatre Festival, Thursday 2nd March 2017.
Hui On Women in Theatre - A Hui on Women in Theatre will be held on Monday 19 September 2016 at Circa Theatre, Wellington, with a view to holding a conference, or series of seminars in 2017.
June 2016, Odin, People Making and Thinking - Documentation from the Transit Festival at Odin Teatret, 2-12 June 2016.
Spotlight on women playwrights - Friday 11 March: The Guardian’s 2015 list of the 101 greatest plays in any western language included only one living woman. Are New Zealand’s women playwrights as invisible, writer Emily Perkins asks Lorae Parry, Miria George, Lynda Chanwai-Earle and Rachel Callinan?
Tantidhatri Festival, 17-21 February 2016 - The second Magdalena festival in India, Tantidhatri, will take place from 17-21 February 2016, in Rangashankara, Bangalore.