In Review: PINAY

PINAY, the latest venture of Proudly Asian Theatre (PAT), has hit the Basement. The first NZ-Filipino play to be written and presented in Aotearoa, PINAY has been hotly anticipated throughout its development t...

In Review: An Iliad

Words by Gayatri Adi Homer’s ‘An Iliad’, translated by Robert Fagles, was brought to life by Auckland Live and Artsense Production once again in 2019 at the Herald Theatre. A two man grand cl...
8.8

In Review: HeadSand

There's a certain unique charm in going to the theatre blind. Without any foreknowledge of the actors, a synopsis, or even the vaguest understandings of what the hell is going on, it keeps you on edge, ready t...
7.5

In Review: Monster Mash at Q

Here’s the thing about saying yes to something spur of the moment: do it, and it might just end up being one of the weirdest things you experience. Which is a bit of understatement for the titular Monster Ma...
9.3

In Review: Orientation

There’s something legitimately discomforting with the first half of Orientation. It’s certainly not bad theatre; the music is sound, the lighting moody, and the acting … well, the acting. Maybe … no. The act...