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29 Jun 2011
Auckland Theatre Company – Production Manager Auckland Theatre Company is seeking to employ an experienced Production Manager to lead and manage its busy production team. The purpose of the position is to deliver a high level of production service, technical expertise and operational excellence for the Company. [more]

28 Jun 2011
From Vision to the Stage – a Producing in the Performing Arts forum Networking opportunity for producers Wellington is a creative hub with an abundance of talent. How does a great idea go from the visioning stage to being experienced by an audience? This free public forum is for everyone interested in the performing arts. It is a networking opportunity for Producers and everyone in the theatre community. [more]

23 Jun 2011
Auckland Arts Festival packs economic punch By Brian Rudman NZ Herald Great news from this year's Auckland Arts Festival. Not only did the three-week event in March make a modest "operating surplus" of $40,000, it also increased audience numbers to 120,000, up 30 per cent on the 2009 festival. [more]

20 Jun 2011
Ushers needed for THE LAST TANIWHA The Last Taniwha needs volunteer ushers for their shows this Thursday 23, Friday 24 and Saturday 25 June, at 7:30pm - Friday also has a 12:30pm matinee - at the Mangere Arts Centre. [more]

20 Jun 2011
THE ACTORS’ PROGRAM New Zealand’s aspiring actors are being offered a foot in the door of their chosen profession by some of the nation’s leading performers and teachers. [more]

18 Jun 2011
FAIR DEAL FOR PERFORMERS ON MR PIP Mr Pip: All New Zealand performers engaged on offshore feature film Mr Pip will be engaged, as a minimum, on Pink Book terms and conditions, following an agreement between the production company and Actors Equity. [more]

15 Jun 2011
Call for expressions of interest - The Performance Bazaar, 7-10pm on 5 August at The Pah Homestead [more]

14 Jun 2011
BLOOMSDAY The annual cabaret celebration of anarcho-syndicalist James Joyce's comic masterpiece ULYSSES will take place this Thursday June 16, 7.30pm at the Thirsty Dog pub ... [more]

9 Jun 2011
VOTE ‘PEOPLE’S CHOICE’ for MUNE: An Autobiography Alerting all Theatreview fans to the ‘People's Choice’ section of the New Zealand Post Book Awards because Ian Mune's autobiography – entitled MUNE: an Autobiography – is a contender. [more]

4 Jun 2011
Do you have an original and engaging idea for a play? Young & Hungry is currently accepting idea submissions for the 2013 Festival of New Theatre season. We are looking for fresh and funky New Zealand voices to create plays for young people aged 15-25 years. [more]

1 Jun 2011
NEW PUBLICATION FROM The Play Press ... For anyone who ever tried to write a screenplay ... ME & ROBERT McKEE by GREG McGEE "Anyone can write� Writing is the great free market of artistic expression. There�s no prohibitive overheads, you just need pen and paper. There�s no professional organisation you have to join before you�re allowed to do it, no exams to pass, no subs to pay, no fees, no licence. It�s open slather. Entirely self-regulatory. You can do whatever you please. Like banking.� � Greg McGee [more]

1 Jun 2011
DUNEDIN’S FORTUNE TO HAVE ROGER HALL Roger Hall, New Zealand’s leading playwright, is coming to Dunedin for two days in mid-July to make a series of presentations arranged through the Fortune Theatre. [more]

1 Jun 2011
THE PLAY PRESS/PLAYMARKET LIVE SCREENPLAY COMPETITION The winner of The Play Press/Playmarket Live Screenplay Competition 2011 for Best Unfilmed Screenplay is Melanie Drewery for her screenplay, RUST. [more]

30 May 2011
InterMISSION Forum #4: Discussing work as peers How do we discuss as peers, each others work in a meaningful and supportive way to encourage greater rigour in our practice? This question will be explored through a forum discussing the recent performance project Death and the Dreamlife of Elephants as a means of fostering an informed and rigorous dialogue about each other’s work. [more]

27 May 2011
A HOME FOR AUCKLAND THEATRE COMPANY Auckland Theatre Company is delighted Auckland Council’s Strategy and Finance Committee voted to approve $10 million towards the $40 million cost of Auckland Theatre Company’s proposal for a performing arts complex in Wynyard Quarter, to sit alongside ASB’s new head office, subject to a number of conditions being addressed to Council’s satisfaction by December 2011. [more]

27 May 2011
Can Wellington retain its arts capital title? TOM CARDY, Dominion Post, 19 May 2011 For years Wellington has called itself the cultural capital. Now others do, including influential international travel guidebook Lonely Planet. [more]

27 May 2011
Lyn Gardner on reviewing actors' performances A few weeks ago, there was a symposium at Kent University with the title: What Is Theatre Criticism For? No satisfactory answer was found. But one of the issues raised was why today's critics no longer write about acting, or at least not with any of the zest and descriptive power of their predecessors. [more]

26 May 2011
WHOSE SCENE IS IT ANYWAY? TWO DAYS OF ACTION PACKED WORKSHOPS ON COLLABORATIVE THEATRE. PLAYMARKET have gathered on board some of the country’s most experienced and successful theatre collaborators to lead a series of five workshops exploring the creation, recording, and contracting of collaborative work. [more]

26 May 2011
NEW ZEALAND SCHOOL OF DANCE DEVELOPMENT OFFICER The New Zealand School of Dance (NZSD) is looking for a dynamic person to manage and deliver its fundraising and sponsorship activities. [more]

25 May 2011
Q Theatre recruiting for SHORT TERM CONTRACT staff in: Administration, Marketing, Business Management, Producing and Sponsorship It’s an extremely busy time for Q Theatre as we lead up to opening Auckland’s newest theatre space in September this year. [more]

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