Change of Fortunes: Lessons from the Death of a Theatre
The Wild West: The Challenges, Opportunities and Identity of our TV Industry
Loose Canons: D.F. Mamea

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Theatre

Three weeks ago, in the middle of a thriving 2018 season, Dunedin's 44-year-old Fortune Theatre closed its doors. In Part One of this two-part article, Kate Prior analyses the conditions around its closure. In Part Two, practitioners and community share their memories of a formidable southern feature of the theatre landscape.

Emily Duncan had an exciting year planned. The Dunedin-based playwright and...

Screen

How can we keep up in the Golden Age of ad-free streaming?

We are undeniably in the golden age of television. Never before has the medium seen such a wealth of content being created, across every genre and at this level of artistic and commercial achievement.

This golden age started in the early 2000s with the introduction of The Wire on HBO and with the advent of other streaming platforms like...

Loose Canons

Loose Canons is a series in which we invite artists we love to share five things that have informed their work. Meet the rest of our Loose Canons here.

David Fa’auliuli Mamea (Safune, Safotu) has worked on theatre, radio, television and film projects, some of which have been produced and broadcast. He has won the Adam Award for Best New Zealand Play and the Playmarket Best Play by a Pasifika Playwright...

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Theatre
Change of Fortunes: Lessons from the Death of a Theatre
Screen
The Wild West: The Challenges, Opportunities and Identity of our TV Industry
Loose Canons
Loose Canons: D.F. Mamea
What's left of the Mugabe way?
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Where are the traces of Robert Mugabe? Murdoch Stephens...
Society
What's left of the Mugabe way?
By Murdoch Stephens
Shitting in the Ferns: James K. Baxter and Poetic Honesty
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Canadian writer James Ackhurst discovers James K....
Literature
Shitting in the Ferns: James K. Baxter and Poetic Honesty
By James Ackhurst
Summer Reading Series: The Saddest Song in the World by Chris Tse
Read Time: 11 mins
New fiction, non-fiction and poetry by Aotearoa writers...
Literature
Summer Reading Series: The Saddest Song in the World by Chris Tse
By Chris Tse
Summer Reading Series: Two poems by Vaughan Rapatahana
Read Time: 4 mins
New fiction, non-fiction and poetry by Aotearoa writers...
Literature
Summer Reading Series: Two poems by Vaughan Rapatahana
By Vaughan Rapatahana
Summer Reading Series: How To Die by Jo Randerson
Read Time: 20 mins
New fiction, non-fiction and poetry by Aotearoa writers...
Literature
Summer Reading Series: How To Die by Jo Randerson
By Jo Randerson
Summer Reading Series: 'Drunk Girls' by Helen O'Connor
Read Time: 9 mins
New fiction, non-fiction and poetry by Aotearoa writers...
Literature
Summer Reading Series: 'Drunk Girls' by Helen O'Connor
By Helen O'Connor
Big Ups: 7 Things From 2017 Worth Reading Again
Read Time: 8 mins
Our monthly round-up of things from The Pantograph...
Knockouts
Big Ups: 7 Things From 2017 Worth Reading Again
By Pantograph Punch
Final Flourish: Ten Moments in Auckland Theatre 2017
Read Time: 11 mins
Kate Prior surveys the year in Auckland live performance...
Theatre
Final Flourish: Ten Moments in Auckland Theatre 2017
By Kate Prior