Reviews

  • Featured
    • 26/03/2015
    • Review
    An Awfully Big Adventure
    • Vanessa Byrnes
    • Theatreview

    "Put simply, An Awfully Big Adventure is a treat ... theatre like this can make sense of the absurdity of war."

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  • Featured
    • 25/03/2015
    In Rehearsal with // Stephanie Engelbrecht

    Stephanie Engelbtrecht is a composer, producer and a percussionist performing in Strike Percussion's hit show, Between Zero and One, featuring compositions by internationally renowned composer John Psathas ONZM. Stephanie loves it when the group gets together to smash out a song, at full volume, that can sometimes involve 30-40 different drums!

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    • 26/03/2015
    An Awfully Big Adventure
    • Vanessa Byrnes
    • Theatreview

    "Put simply, An Awfully Big Adventure is a treat ... theatre like this can make sense of the absurdity of war." more

    • 18/03/2015
    Review // An Awfully Big Adventure
    • Elle Wooton
    • Theatreview

    "It is theatrically interesting, aesthetically pleasing, and educationally entertaining ... exactly the sort of show I would have loved as a child, and one I absolutely love now as an adult... more

    An Awfully Big Adventure, Capital E, Q Theatre
    • 18/03/2015
    Review // Bravo Figaro
    • Janet McAllister
    • NZ Herald

    "This simply staged one-man show makes for an easy, funny and extraordinarily entertaining night out ... Thomas' energy is affable and relaxed but seemingly boundless." more

    Bravo Figaro, Mark Thomas, Q Theatre
    • 16/03/2015
    Review // The Book of Everything
    • Nik Smythe
    • Theatreview

    "It is quite the cerebral workout, albeit so entertaining that said workout is an ease and a pleasure ... the depth of pathos matches the heights of the comedy." more

    The Book of Everything, Silo Theatre, Q Theatre, Rangatira
    • 16/03/2015
    Review // The Book of Everything
    • Paul Simei-Barton
    • NZ Herald

    "Silo Theatre brings flair to the stage adaptation of a delightful modern fable by Dutch writer Guus Kuijer.​" more

    The Book of Everything, Silo Theatre, Q Theatre, Rangatira
    • 16/03/2015
    Review // The Book of Everything
    • Simon Wilson
    • Metro Magazine

    "This show deserves to book out ... No recent local work I know of comes remotely as close as this to unpicking the dark secret of so many New Zealand homes." more

    The Book of Everything, Silo Theatre, Q Theatre, Rangatira
    • 16/03/2015
    REVIEW // The Mooncake and the Kumara
    • Paul Simei-Barton
    • NZ Herald

    "Playwright Mei-Lin Te Puea Hansen's poetic study of the mingling of Chinese and Maori heritage presents a compelling challenge to the stark black and whites that have dominated... more

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