Reviews

  • Featured
    • 21/10/2014
    • Review
    REVIEW // THE STATUS OF BEING
    • Bernadette Rae
    • New Zealand Herald

    For a start, the usual seat settle is deranged by a migraine-inducing light directed into the auditorium and over the following hour the house lights are frequently raised, the audience surveyed and the dancers explode from the stage to become part of the audience or to run the aisles.

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  • Featured
    • 21/10/2014
    • Review
    REVIEW // FINGERPRINTS
    • Kerry Wallis
    • Theatreview

    The audience is enchanted right from the moment the theatre doors open as six young female performers entice you in to their circus world. You are instantly aware that these artistes are incredibly talented as they swing, move and contort themselves on four various aerial acts.

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    • 21/10/2014
    REVIEW // THE STATUS OF BEING
    • Bernadette Rae
    • New Zealand Herald

    For a start, the usual seat settle is deranged by a migraine-inducing light directed into the auditorium and over the following hour the house lights are frequently raised, the audience surveyed and... more

    • 21/10/2014
    REVIEW // FINGERPRINTS
    • Kerry Wallis
    • Theatreview

    The audience is enchanted right from the moment the theatre doors open as six young female performers entice you in to their circus world. You are instantly aware that these artistes are incredibly... more

    • 21/10/2014
    REVIEW // EYE
    • Kerry Wallis
    • Theatreview

    An ethereal red glow starts to grow on the top most part of the sand and we see the slightest of movements as the sand starts to ‘breathe'.  One of the greatest openings I have seen in... more

    • 21/10/2014
    REVIEW // TASSEL ME THIS
    • Raewyn Whyte
    • New Zealand Herald

    Two richly developed productions from the closing weekend of Tempo 2014 leave memorable images behind them. Presented in Q Loft, both have had thorough attention given to every element they make use... more

    • 16/10/2014
    REVIEW // TAMA MA
    • Briar Wilson
    • Theatreview

    Okareka Dance Company first presented this “biographical dance journey” of Taiaroa Royal and Taane Mete six years ago at Tempo, and it still thrills with great dancing and theatre. more

    • 14/10/2014
    REVIEW // Y CHROMOZONE
    • Sue Cheesman
    • Theatreview

    Y Chromozone 2014 is crammed full of vitality, variety and powerful performances from a cast of around fifty male dancers. The fifteen different works feature a range of styles from hip hop,... more

    • 14/10/2014
    REVIEW // FRESH
    • Raewyn Whyte
    • New Zealand Herald

    In the FRESH showcase at Tempo Dance Festival 2014, the communication of ideas through the dancing body is still the primary focus of this new generation of dance artists, but the ways in which that... more

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