GARY HENDERSON AWARDED THE 2013 PLAYMARKET AWARD The Playmarket Award will be presented to Gary Henderson at the Playmarket 40th Birthday Accolades in Wellington on 24 November 2013. The $20,000 cash prize recognises a playwright who has made a significant artistic contribution to theatre in New Zealand.

November 26, 2013

PENINSULA REACHES OUT Gary Henderson's PENINSULA will feature at the Brisbane Festival next week playing at The Visy Theatre, The Powerhouse 20, 21 and 22 July 2006

July 14, 2006

NEW ZEALAND’S LOST LITERATURE GOES TO PRINT Some of New Zealand’s finest writing of the last 15 years is now in print. Five of our most classic works for the theatre from two leading playwrights – works that have changed the way we look at ourselves – are now available to read in Three Plays: Gary Henderson and Two Plays: Toa Fraser.

November 21, 2007

CHAPMAN TRIPP THEATRE AWARD NOMINEES Chapman Tripp are delighted to announce the nominees for the 16th annual Chapman Tripp Theatre Awards. Two New Zealand plays, Homeland by Gary Henderson and The Hollow Men by Dean Parker have topped the nomination list for 2007 ...

November 14, 2007

NEW ZEALAND DRAMATURGY: A MAVERICK UNDERTAKING IN 2016, PART I By Dione Joseph Posted on TheTheatreTimes websitePlaywright and dramaturge Gary Henderson points out that classic rugby analogies, although clichéd, work well because they’re specific to our culture, our country, and our people. Dramaturgy, he argues, is no different: “If you’re a rugby player you cannot break the rules, but what you can do is subvert the expected conventions,” he explains.

January 19, 2017

The HACKMAN Theatre Awards Auckland 2011. It's up to you to nominate your favourites!

January 2, 2012

Revel in the sensuality of one of our best stories

In Melissa Fergusson’s excellent production we get a ...

Review by Lexie Matheson ONZM - June 23, 2011, of the production: Skin Tight

Your 10 Greatest NZ Plays Ever? Just for fun, eh?

March 18, 2010

Creating by Writing and/or Devising. The following discussion has been plucked from the Comments below John Smythe's review of The Wind Speaks to Wellington,

October 24, 2009

MO & JESS KILL SUSIE

Basement Theatre, Lower Greys Ave, Auckland

25/02/2014 - 08/03/2014