The Magdalena München Saison 2018 took place during February, March and April in Munich, Germany. Kiwis Helen Varley Jamieson and Deborah Hunt (NZ/Puerto Rico) were amont more than 30 German and international women artists presenting work during the season.
Madeline McNamara shows her performance investigation “Refusing Performance – The Attitudes” at Vogelmorn Bowling Club, 6.30pm, Friday 17 November.
The celebrated diva Miss Cynthia Fortitude and her long-suffering accompanist Miss Gertrude Rallentando are back, for ten days only!
13-23 December 2017
Jo Randerson was interviewed recently by The Big Idea on the status of the artist in society today.
“How can we stand up as artists and demand the conditions that we need to work? There are a lot of really poor offers that are made by institutions and companies to artists, and we continue to say yes to those offers.”
The third Women in Theatre Hui will be held on 24 September 2017, 13:00-17:00.
BATS Theatre, Wellington.
This fabulous image of Kilda Northcott as Demeter, in the 2005 spectacular Demeter’s Dark Ride – An Attraction, is featured on the cover of issue 70 of Australian Drama Studies.
Hen’s Teeth returns to Circa Theatre.
March 14-15 2017
Feminist Fringe is a website dedicated to feminist engagement with Wellington’s 2017 Fringe Festival.
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.
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?