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Playwright Renee Liang explores challenges, ideas and opinions from across the arts sector.

Renee Liang. Photo credit: Rosetta Allan
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We welcome back columnist, Renee Liang, who will be bringing to light challenges, ideas and opinions from across the arts sector.
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Cassandra Tse
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'Yellow Face' director Cassandra Tse talks to Renee Liang about diversity and cultural representation.
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Stephen Lunt
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NZ-UK playwright Stephen Lunt on telling the story 'Pardon Me Alan Turing' and being in the moment historically.
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Bron Batten
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Bron Batten on the differences between 'dating' Kiwi and Aussie audiences.
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Playwright and actor Lorae Parry.
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Lorae Parry's latest play is about the Waihi gold mine strike which changed the face of NZ employment policy and led to the creation of the Labour Party.
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Actor and writer Rob Mokaraka.
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Rob Mokaraka is using his "Maori super powers" to entertain, educate, enlighten and empower people by telling his personal story.
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Actor Mick Innes.
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A quick word with actor Mick Innes who returns to the very stage where he had his heart attack three years ago.
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Director Dean Hewison (centre) with cast during rehearsals for Lungs at Circa. Photo / Brenna McGuinness
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Lungs is a funny yet serious look at relationships in an age of climate change. Renee Liang talks to director Dean Hewison.
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Call of the Sparrows. Photo / Catherine Elllis
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Proudly Asian Theatre creators talk to Renee Liang about their new work 'Call of the Sparrows' and creating platforms to tell Asian stories.
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Love Me Tinder
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Stephen Sinclair and Amy Jansen bring the operetta form into the texting age with a new work, cheekily called 'Love Me Tinder'.
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