Documentation from the Transit Festival at Odin Teatret, 2-12 June 2016.
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?
The second Magdalena festival in India, Tantidhatri, will take place from 17-21 February 2016, in Rangashankara, Bangalore.
Barbarian Productions are organising a 9-day festival of works-in-progress, conversations, and workshops focused on socially engaged and community participatory arts – and you can get involved!
Rose Beauchamp is one of the organisers of a puppet festival, 1-4 October 2015 in Island Bay.
Helen Moulder and Sir John Trimmer perform “Meeting Karpovsky”, June 14, Upper Hutt.
During 2015 there will be Magdalena events in Magdalena München (Germany), Montpellier (France) and Rio de Janiero (Brasil).
Supported by Wellington City Council & Grenland Friteater Hosted by Magdalena Aotearoa & Barbarian Productions. These performances and workshops were also hosted by Lili Cherie
Magdalena Aotearoa hosting Norwegian visitors from Grenland Teater. Participants at workshop led by Lars Vik and Geddy Aniksdal at Toi Poneke – Wellington Arts Centre
Geddy and Lars have arrived in Wellington, after a week in Auckland and a holiday on Waiheke Island. Last night’s they gave a presentation about “Stedsans – Sense of Place”, at re.SPACE in Wellington.