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March 25, 2019

Working on my Night Moves

Working on my Night Moves is a show you really have to see to understand its power: it is bizarre, unexpected and undeniably necessary. Julia Croft […]
March 25, 2019

Wild Dogs Under My Skirt

What can I say? Wild Dogs Under My Skirt is a powerhouse of a show. As someone already familiar with Tusiata Avia’s poetry (off of which […]
March 11, 2019

Exes

8.5/10: Ex-static! “We’re not going to make the show all about how we’re exes” Brynley Stent and Eli Matthewson’s return season of Exes returned to the […]
September 30, 2018

Theatre Review: Retail Therapy

Retail Therapy is the brainchild (and first play) of writer Grace-Amelia Vernal and is on at The Basement Theatre as part of Auckland’s Theatre Month. Set […]
September 30, 2018

Theatre Review: Orientation

At its surface, Orientation is a play about a journey to find love. But it is also about so much more than that, tackling issues of […]
September 10, 2018

Theatre Review: Orientation

At its surface, Orientationis a play about a journey to find love. But it is also about so much more than that, tackling issues of race, ethnicity, […]
September 10, 2018

Theatre Review: Mrs. Krishnan’s Party

Mrs. Krishnan’s Party picks up 20 years on from Indian Ink’s very first (and perhaps most well recognised) production Krishnan’s Dairy, continuing a masterful legacy of […]
August 12, 2018

Theatre Review:  HIR

HIR, pronounced “here” meaning neither he or she, nor him or her, explores an American household where gender and gender roles have been turned upside down. […]
August 12, 2018

Theatre Review: Near Death Experience

TW:  The play is about depression and the fallout of a young woman’s attempted suicide and this review also discusses these topics This shit was intense. […]