Reviews

  • Featured
    • 18/07/2014
    Artist Pass // Georgie Goater

    Touch Compass Dance Company is taking over Loft this August with brand new season of inspirational works choreographed by local and international artists. We catch up with company dancer and choreographer, Georgie Goater, about becoming a dancer and Acquisitions '14.

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  • Featured
    • 14/07/2014
    • Review
    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.

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    • 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

    • 15/05/2014
    Review // Sara Pascoe
    • Ingrid Grenar
    • KeepingUpWithNZ

    Her show Sara Pascoe Vs The Truth is filled with personal anecdotes, philosophical musings and clever twists and turns that are both a demonstration of her fabulous wit and bang on show... more

    • 14/05/2014
    Review // Matt Stellingwerf
    • Mat Campbell
    • KeepingUpWithNZ

    Sellingwerf was sometimes utterly filthy, other times he was undeniably lovable. His references are far and wide, with everything from Anne Frank to Cougars, getting a going over.  more

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