Robin Kerr and Eli Kent on staging their show All Your Wants and Needs Fulfilled Forever internationally, creative practice, and theatre culture in New Zealand.
An interview with Silo Theatre’s artistic director Sophie Roberts.
Favourite plays and performances, plus thoughts and observations on theatre in 2015 and beyond.
For the first time in New Zealand, Tim Crouch will present his alternate take on Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream to Auckland theatregoers.
Uther Dean and Sam Brooks bring an evening of dark love stories to the Basement Theatre.
An interview with performer Sarah Houbolt, whose new show explores the dark history of circus through the mysterious life of character from Tod Browning’s Freaks.
Silo Theatre revive a famous Kiwi cooking show; Auckland Theatre Company tackle a classic Broadway musical; theatremaker Ben Anderson delivers a character study of existential crisis.
A conversation about staging Eugene Ionesco’s “Theatre of the Absurd.”
Auckland Theatre Company presents a new work for the stage by poet Grace Taylor.
An ambitious stage adaptation of Rohinton Mistry’s novel at TAPAC; a new round of Young and Hungry plays by Sam Brooks and Uther Dean.
The controversial Danish play on Norwegian extremist Anders Breivik comes to Auckland’s Basement Theatre.
Eli Kent and The PlayGround Collective’s highly accomplished play debuts in Auckland.
Silo Theatre’s daring production of David Greig’s award-winning play; Auckland Theatre Company team up with stage veterans George Henare, Ken Blackburn, and Ray Henwood.
An interview with award-winning playwright Renee Liang, whose new creation is a fable of fishy sentience, ecology, and sashimi set in a Chinese restaurant.
Benjamin Henson’s masterful stage remix of Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho.
Auckland Theatre Company’s stylish update of Aristophanes’s ancient Greek play.
Bullet Heart Club’s highly anticipated follow-up to their acclaimed debut, Daffodils.
David Williamson’s ambitious Rupert Murdoch memory play at ATC; Prayas Theatre’s beautiful but flawed Sri Lankan comedy.
Previously at the Auckland Film Society: Losey and Pinter’s second film together makes a case for the pair as the most underrated collaborators in modern cinema.
Declan Greene’s confronting play comes to Silo.