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Auckland [ change ] Rain Max 16° Min 10° Key leaves for Solomons and Seoul NZ Newswire July 24, 2013, 4:01 am Prime Minister John Key leaves for the Solomon Islands and Seoul, determined to speed up negotiations for a free trade agreement with South
Max 15° Min 9° Creative NZ commits $4.5m to Auckland Waterfront Theatre Project Auckland Theatre Company, Fuseworks July 23, 2013, 12:10 pm Creative New Zealand will invest a total of $4.5 million to help realise the new Waterfront Theatre Project in
A joint plan by Telecom, Vodafone and Australia's Telstra to lay a new fibre-optic sub-sea cable between New Zealand and Australia has taken a step forward. The companies have issued a tender inviting "several international companies" to bid to lay
First www.austintheatreproject.org Through June 10 Running time: 2 hr. As a preacher's daughter and proud graduate of the University of Texas' Department of Religious Studies, I've experienced my fair share of Passion plays, movies, and novels. But I'
15 am Mike Daisey, the New York theater performer who got into trouble earlier this year when it was revealed that he fabricated elements of his play about tech giant Apple, has already begun planning his next stage production. Daisey will team with
There was political drama at the Auckland Council yesterday when members of the unelected Maori Statutory Board asked for a seat at the table of a $40 million theatre project. Maori Statutory Board member John Tamihere said he deeply resented
They know how things are usually done, how seasons get put together, how to appeal to a loyal theater-going audience. But creating one more traditional theater company doesn't interest them...And they're hoping that once their first full-length
Tuesday, Sept. 7, in the council chambers on the second floor of the Merced Civic Center, 678 W...The meeting is being called to hold a study session to review tax credits to fund the Merced Theatre Project. The regular meeting of the city council
A scene from the 2009 Classical Theatre Project production of Romeo and Juliet. (Classical Theatre Project) Toronto's Classical Theatre Project has discovered that Shakespeare is a little too bawdy for some parents in the city of Nashville, Tenn.
Based on his name, 44-year-old Chicago playwright Jamil Khoury says that people expect him to be African-American or “stereotypically” Middle Eastern. But when they meet him in person, they tell the 6' 6" Khoury he looks Irish.<