The Climate of International Collaboration with Arthur Meek and Morna Young
4th July 10am NZST / 3rd July 6pm ET
Morna Young, a playwright from Scotland working in New Zealand and Arthur Meek, a playwright from New Zealand working in New York, come together in this webinar to talk about the climate of international collaboration in theatre. Join the conversation to learn more about how you can collaborate with theatre artists around the world.
PASSIONATE EPIC WINS TOP PLAYWRITING AWARD
PLAYMARKET is pleased to announce the ADAM NZ PLAY AWARD winner for 2018: Shane Bosher for his play Everything After.
The Adam NZ Play Award recognises and celebrates the best in new unproduced writing for the theatre. Director of Playmarket Murray Lynch announced the win at Circa Theatre on 7 April 2018 alongside four other special award winners.
The Playmarket Award was awarded to Renée at the Playmarket Accolades held at the Hannah Playhouse in Wellington on 12 November 2017.
The $20,000 cash prize recognises a playwright who has made a significant artistic contribution to theatre in New Zealand.
Renée was born in 1929 and is of Ngati Kahungungu and Irish-English-Scots ancestry. She has described herself as a ‘lesbian feminist with socialist working-class ideals’. Her body of work includes her acclaimed trilogy plays Wednesday to Come, Pass it On and Jeannie Once.
The Bruce Mason Playwriting Award was presented to Mīria George (Te Arawa, Ngāti Awa, Ngāti Kuki Airani (Rarotonga & Atiu) at the Playmarket Accolades held at the Hannah Playhouse in Wellington on 12 November 2017. Mīria is the first Pasifika woman to receive the award since its inception in 1983. The $10,000 cash prize recognises professional success in the career of the writer and is designed to encourage their continued exploration of the theatre medium.