Congratulations to Wellington-based arts icon Jo Randerson, who is the second recipient of the Topp Prize. Named after Dames Jools and Lynda Topp, the Topp
The dynamic team of Helen Moulder (Wellington, NZ) and Sue Ryder (Brisbane, Australia) are at it again, with their new production “The Bicycle & the Butcher’s Daughter” about to premier at Wellington’s Circa Theatre.
Playmarket has recently published a biography of Maria Dronke, a previously little-known pioneer of professional theatre in Aotearoa.
Over the weekend of 15-17 October, audiences around the world can join online performances exploring the theme “mobilise/demoblise”. The festival launches the new and improved
Rose Beauchamp is one of the artists you can now see online on BoB – Barbarian Original Broadcasts.
The Magdalena Project celebrates its 35th anniversary with a series of 35 interviews with key women from the network.
A theatrical lecture with Jo Randerson, presenting material from her forthcoming book “Secret Art Powers”.
Jan Bolwell’s new performance revisits Rachel Carson’s powerful book “Silent Spring”.
The first online Magdalena festival takes place 24-28 June 2021 and asks, what happens to theatre when bodies are distant?
Lilicherie McGregor directs an adaptation of Albert Camus’ 1947 play “Le Peste” at Titirangi Theatre.