Reviews

  • Featured
    • 29/07/2014
    • Review
    Review // The Good Soul of Szechuan
    • Paul Simei-Barton
    • NZ Herald

    Robyn Malcolm shines brilliantly as she switches between a compassionate angel of the slums and a ruthless drug lord.

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  • Featured
    • 29/07/2014
    • Review
    Review // The Good Soul of Szechuan
    • Frances Edmond
    • MetroMag

    "...the whole large ensemble – 12 actors, a rare treat – enliven the stage with deliciously controlled anarchy."

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    • 29/07/2014
    Review // The Good Soul of Szechuan
    • Paul Simei-Barton
    • NZ Herald

    Robyn Malcolm shines brilliantly as she switches between a compassionate angel of the slums and a ruthless drug lord. more

    • 29/07/2014
    Review // The Good Soul of Szechuan
    • Frances Edmond
    • MetroMag

    "...the whole large ensemble – 12 actors, a rare treat – enliven the stage with deliciously controlled anarchy." more

    • 14/07/2014
    Review // SIN
    • Mata Lauano
    • mac+mae

    Social commentary through a skewed perception of the acceptability of sins in modernity....we suggest you catch a performance before the show ends. more

    • 11/07/2014
    Review // The Wilderness
    • Simon Wilson
    • MetroMag

    The great strength of all these pieces is the interplay among the instruments, which reaches its height during a long passage late in the Newsom when harp hands off to electric guitar, to harpsichord... more

    • 08/07/2014
    Review // Putorino Hill
    • John Smythe
    • TheatreView

    The repercussions of blind loyalty are up for question here, in Chris Molloy's provocatively evocative play, developed in rehearsal – according to a programme note – by... more

    • 03/07/2014
    Review // Mana Wahine
    • Bernadette Rae
    • NZ Herald

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    • 09/06/2014
    Review // Sunday Roast
    • Paul Simei-Barton
    • NZ Herald

    Sunday Roast serves up a wildly hallucinogenic satire on the great Kiwi ritual of family cohesion, and the climactic scenes generate a kind of frisson as audiences find themselves laughing out loud. more

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