TalkWrite

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

Story / Management & Admin, Literature & Publishing
Renee Liang finds escape at the Auckland Writers' Festival – Sat and Sun 17/18 May. Here’s her festival round up.
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Story / Performing Arts, Literature & Publishing
Renee Liang has interviewed plenty of fellow makers and creators this year, so in this blog she writes about about what she's been up to including pairing an arts career with parenting.
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Story / Performing Arts
Hawkins Youth Theatre’s production One Thousand Paper Cranes is performed this weekend. Renee Liang talks to young actresses Daya Czepanski and Allyssa Regino.
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Story / Performing Arts
Jacob Rajan tells Renee Liang about quirky tales, touring and masks as Indian Ink‘s hotly anticipated new work, Kiss the Fish, hits Auckland.
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Story / Performing Arts, Education & Development
Nina Nawalowalo and her creative partner Tom McCrory, of The Conch theatre company, are about to embark on an ambitious new project in the Solomon Islands.
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Story / Music, Design, Culture & Heritage
Renee Liang wonders if Madame Butterfly is "orientalist" and if this matters in today's world.
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Story / Music, Management & Admin, Performing Arts
It’s been a packed itinerary – entirely the result of my eagerness to see and experience as much as possible.
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Story / Management & Admin, Performing Arts
One of the things I love about an Arts Festival is the feeling that, for a moment at least, the world has come to my city.
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Story / Management & Admin, Performing Arts, Community & Access Arts
Promenade theatre indulges the senses, letting the audience step into a different world. Renee Liang talks about En Route and Walk Eat Talk.
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Story / Music, Management & Admin, Performing Arts
Renee Liang wraps up week one of her Auckland Arts Festival experience by musing on what she would steal emulate.
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