THE POLITICIAN’S WIFE
Following a season at Centrepoint in Palmerston North, Angie Farrow’s play The Politician’s Wife moved to BATS in Wellington with the same cast for two weeks at the end of June.
RICHARD C HARRIS PLAYS
Richard C Harris’s comedy Dead Loss has been longlisted in the 2016 British Theatre Challenge.
His thriller A Darker Shade of Closure has been adapted for an American audience and is to be performed in a repertory theatre in Maryland, USA.
APRIL PHILLIPS FILMS AND PLAYS
April Phillips’ short films Utu Pihikete and Letter for Hope are now being screened on Air New Zealand flights. Both films were included in the four short films selected for the New Zealand Film Festival in China back in April.
Her new film, a sci fi fantasy called REM has just been completed and will have its cast and crew screening at The Roxy in Miramar next week.
April’s latest stage play Blind Eye had its premiere production in Christchurch in April, directed by Craig Hutchison of CAS’n’OVA Productions.
Motel was performed at Harlequin Theatre, Masterton in May. Directed by Rita-Ann Penhale-Cashmore.
REX MCGREGOR PLAYS
Rex McGregor’s short comedy Threatened Panda Fights Back reached the semi-finals at the Take Ten Festival 2016 in New York, NY in April. The director Susane Lee was a Finalist for Best Director for her work on this production.
WEIRD TALES OF MIDWINTER
The show is inspired by classic stories of the supernatural, presenting the audience with two thrilling tales of the genre: Carmilla and The Sandman.
Christine Beardon’s play Huia, was performed in Theatres of Resistance at Artworks, Waiheke Island on May Day.
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