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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...

In Review: Sightings

The term ‘zenith’ refers to an imaginary point in the sky or celestial sphere directly above an observer. The ideas behind of the mechanism of observation is manipulated and brought to life in the opening night...
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In Review: First World Problems

There’s this quote in Jean Rhys’ novel, ‘Wide Sargasso Sea’, which goes like this: “Justice. I’ve heard that word. I tried it out. I wrote it down. I wrote it down several times and always it looked like a damn...

In Review: Dara

Review by Eloise Sims If you were looking for an easy, mindless, feel-good play to spend your weekend night watching, be warned – Dara definitely isn’t it. Prayas Theatre’s latest offering promises tragedy, ...

In Review: Yorick!

Q Theatre kicked off its seventh annual MATCHBOX season with the first of five works to be showcased for 2018, Yorick!. A performance created in association with Wellington’s Binge Culture, who have created a r...

In Review: WEiRdO

About twenty-something-odd-years ago, I was a fresh transplant from Taiwan to the distant shores of ... well, the North Shore of Auckland. Considering the darn place is as peak-white-suburbia as possible (sans ...