Singer-songwriter and poet Anna Kaye Forsyth discusses the release of her first EP, Little Bonfire, getting a band together, and what inspires her as an artist.
Actor, writer, musician and designer—Gareth Williams wears many hats, often simultaneously. He found time to chat in between rehearsals for the upcoming Silo Theatre musical, Assassins.
The second Young and Hungry to reach Auckland, the Young and Hungry Festival of New Theatre 2010 features three gems which are as tight and professional as shows with more experienced casts.
Theatre veteran Gregory Cooper’s one-man show centred on auditions for the role of Mr. Tumnus in Hollywood blockbuster The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
Stephen Belber’s play is transposed to the decadent grunginess of K Road’s the Wine Cellar.
Gregory Cooper is an actor, writer, director and improviser, working in Auckland and Christchurch. Heroic Faun No. One is a one-man theatre show based on his experiences as an extra in Hollywood extravaganza ‘The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe’.
Amanda Prasow, an American actress trained in Canada, is soon to play a dog on Auckland’s North Shore in A.R.Gurney’s Sylvia. The multitalented writer and documentary maker talks about her pathway to acting.
Playwright Renae Maihi has drawn deeply on her experiences as a young solo mother to write her first play, and the result is a challenging, insightful—and ultimately joyous—rendering of a little-discussed part of New Zealand culture.
Two recent Auckland musical productions.
A cabaret-like blend of dance, theatre, acrobatics, wearable art and music united by a common theme of “exploring bird behaviour”, Birds of Paradise certainly pulled out all the stops in terms of opulence.