There's Other People: A Review of Every Brilliant Thing
Mixed Confessionals: A Review of The First Time
Politics of a Battlefield: A Review of Anzac Eve

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"You're six years old. Mum's in hospital. Dad says she's done something stupid. She finds it hard to be happy." The premise of Every Brilliant Thing is deceptively simple, but Sam Brooks finds it profoundly, and deeply affecting.

There were a couple of hundred people on Tuesday night in the audience at Every Brilliant Thing. It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that everybody in that audience has known somebody...

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The First Time is a production of a new script by emerging playwright Courtney Rose Brown which won Highly Commended in Playmarket's Playwrights b425 Competition last year. In this first production, Hannah Banks discovers a play still requiring some working through the creases but full of potential.

The First Time by Courtney Rose Brown is all about people experiencing a dramatic change in their...

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In Dave Armstrong's Anzac Eve, four millennials sit on top of Anzac Cove, arguing about Anzac Day and the myths that form its foundation. As the show embarks on a New Zealand tour, Adam Goodall tries to figure out what it wants to say.

It’s a weird bit of serendipity that Anzac Eve began its national tour 90 minutes after the release of Nicky Hager and Jon Stephenson’s new book, Hit & Run. Hager and...

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There's Other People: A Review of Every Brilliant Thing
Theatre
Mixed Confessionals: A Review of The First Time
Theatre
Politics of a Battlefield: A Review of Anzac Eve
Growing The Sapling: A Conversation with Jane Arthur and Sarah Forster
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Books Editor Sarah Jane Barnett talks to Jane Arthur...
Literature
Growing The Sapling: A Conversation with Jane Arthur and Sarah Forster
By Sarah Jane Barnett
Porn-on-Tap and the Father of Modern Drama: A Review of 'Peer Gynt [recycled]'
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In Peer Gynt [recycled], New Zealand playwright Eli...
Theatre
Porn-on-Tap and the Father of Modern Drama: A Review of 'Peer Gynt [recycled]'
By Kate Prior
The Auckland Fringe Festival 2017: Week Three
Read Time: 7 mins
Theatre
The Auckland Fringe Festival 2017: Week Three
By Pantograph Punch
Whose Values Will Prevail?: Kawerau, 1986
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Helen McNeil on a flashpoint in industrial action,...
Society
Whose Values Will Prevail?: Kawerau, 1986
By Helen McNeil
Opening space: A review of ‘When Can I See You Again?’
Read Time: 8 mins
Kari Schmidt reflects on the current exhibition at...
Art
Opening space: A review of ‘When Can I See You Again?’
By Kari Schmidt
Landing the Kite by Working with the Wind: Playwrights and Devising
Read Time: 11 mins
Natasha Hay talks about the art of collaboration with...
Theatre
Landing the Kite by Working with the Wind: Playwrights and Devising
By Natasha Hay
Good to be here, Dargaville! Playwrights Jamie McCaskill, Renee Liang and Jess Sayer on Process
Read Time: 13 mins
We're excited to be partnering with Playmarket this...
Theatre
Good to be here, Dargaville! Playwrights Jamie McCaskill, Renee Liang and Jess Sayer on Process
By Pantograph Punch
Distinguishable by Ear: New Zealand Writers on Voice
Read Time: 21 mins
In a three-part series, New Zealand writers tell us...
Literature
Distinguishable by Ear: New Zealand Writers on Voice
By Pantograph Punch
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