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JANET & JOHN WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY KEN DUNCUM

CIRCA AND PLAYMARKET PRESENT A REHEARSED READING OF

JANET & JOHN 

WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY KEN DUNCUM

Circa Two - Saturday 27 October 2012 - 2pm

John Money: Peter Hambleton

Janet Frame: Erin Banks

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Features include Tricks for New Players - Peter Griffin on technology and the NZ play, and new approaches to copyright; On the Bandwagon - Natasha Hay on developments in making theatre mobile; New Kids On The Block - Mary Lose Pahi on Pacific theatre in 21st century Auckland; Christchurch Potential - Fiona Farrell on the present, Dan Bain in the future and Steph Walker on the potential; as well as the regional wrap-ups; the year's theatre calendar and much more.

ROGUES AND VAGABONDS

"The idea for Rogues and Vagabonds first came to me at the time of the invasion of Iraq."  Elspeth Sandys

CIRCA AND PLAYMARKET PRESENT A REHEARSED READING OF

ROGUES AND VAGABONDS

BY ELSPETH SANDYS

Directed by Ray Henwood

Circa Two - Saturday 25 August 2012 - 2pm

The third play in the Circa Theatre and Playmarket Reading Series 2012 is Rogues and Vagabonds by Elspeth Sandys - a tale about history's uncanny ability to repeat itself; the enduring capacity of human beings to believe in miracles; female liberation; sexual and economic oppression.

New Zealander the last Western heretic.

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25 JULY 2012

New Zealander the last Western heretic.

Honest to God By Philip Braithwaite

Issues of faith and its relation to personal freedom are at the forefront of world affairs today and freely spoken about in New Zealand. In the 1960s an article questioning the historical accuracy of the bible and the harm caused by religious fundamentalism, penned by academic Lloyd Geering, caused a storm of controversy and divided public opinion in this country. At the time Geering was Principal of Knox Theological College in Dunedin.

CELEBRATE MATARIKI WITH US

CELEBRATE MATARIKI WITH A STORY BOTH new and old, remembered and forgotten, heartbreaking and hopeful.

The rise of the star cluster MATARIKI this month marks the Maori New Year – an event that is a time to come together and share skills, achievements, histories and stories.

This Matariki, Playmarket, Auckland Council, Toi O Manukau, Tamaki Makaurau Matariki Festival Trust and Te Papa Tongarewa have joined together to bring you Raw Men by Whiti Hereaka.

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