Fictional Worlds as Structures for Public Space Performances - an article for online journal Ruukku. Published in May 2019, looks at recents experiments in public performance and searches for method in fiction.
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"Don't Give Me the Small Talk, GIve Me the Big Talk!" New Performance Festival, Auckland, February 2012
I had dinner with an actor recently. I was his only audience over spring rolls and noodles, as he started ranting about 'what's really wrong with theatre in this country'. I'm generally a pretty good audience for this kind of thing, but this evening I was especially good because he was screaming the lack of intellectuals in our media, for public interest in the big ideas rather than the little ones, and craving the level of detailed analysis that something like an All Blacks' performance might generate in any public bar or cafe.
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Articles and images about performance. Issue #1
ETHICS AND THE EVOLUTION OF THEATRE IN AOTEAROA - AN OPEN LETTER TO CREATIVE NZ
The CNZ Theatre Review document perfectly positions itself as a worthy institution that very effectively evaluates it’s worth within a fiscally dominant political doctrine. The value of culture/art is not only quantified, it is at great length reinterpreted to adhere to the current fiscal system.
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