TalkWrite

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

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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Renee Liang
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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Renee Liang
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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Renee Liang
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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Renee Liang
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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Renee Liang
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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Renee Liang
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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Renee Liang
Story / Music, Management & Admin, Performing Arts
The containers have landed in Aotea Square and to kick off her Auckland Arts Festival coverage Renee Liang tries to pick what to see – “like opening a box of chocolates.”
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Renee Liang
Story / Management & Admin, Performing Arts, Culture & Heritage
Thali is a platter of tasty Indian treats, and therefore a great name for a Fringe show. Renee Liang asks Kiwi-Indian playwright Sananda Chatterjee the fun questions.
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Renee Liang
Story / Management & Admin, Performing Arts, Literature & Publishing
Playwright M. E. Macdonald talks to Renee Liang about 'Sisterly Love' and experimenting with her new comedy at Auckland Fringe.
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Renee Liang