TalkWrite

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

Story / Management & Admin, Performing Arts, Culture & Heritage
With more than 115 events in 40 plus venues, the Auckland Fringe offers tantalising and affordable treats. Renee Liang reveals what’s on her personal to-see list.
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Story / Performing Arts
What better way to start 2013 off in a good mood than chatting to a clown? Renee Liang interviews master clown Ira Seidenstein ahead of his visit to NZ for Clown Culture workshops.
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Story / Performing Arts, Music, Management & Admin
The 2013 Auckland Arts Festival has an intriguing lineup. Renee Liang hears from Carla van Zon and Tama Waipara about the 'delicate and considered process' of planning a festival.
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Story / Screen & Sound, Performing Arts
Renee Liang catches up with Michelle Ang and Jo Holsted as they prepare for the premiere season of Chop/stick.
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Story / Performing Arts, Management & Admin
Renee Liang talks to actor and director Chantelle Brader about her new production, The Red Balloon, performed by the fledgling Hawkins Youth Theatre.
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Story / Performing Arts
Renee Liang interviews veteran dancer Sean MacDonald about his time with Black Grace and his career in dance.
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Dane Giraud
Story / Screen & Sound
Dane Giraud talks about Both Worlds, his approach to documentary making, and how programs like this are supported by broadcasting and funding agencies.
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Story / Performing Arts
Director and longtime theatre stalwart Phillip C. Gordon talks to Renee Liang about the past and present theatre climate, storytelling and his current project Some Explicit Polaroids.
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Grace Pageant
Story / Music, Performing Arts
Renee Liang interviews musician Grace Pageant (aka Anna Kaye) about her new sound, images and name.
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Director and writer Kirstin Marcon. "We shot all the time, even in between locations: on five different trains and one plane."
Story / Screen & Sound
NZ director and writer Kirstin Marcon talks about her first feature 'The Most Fun You Can have Dying', based on NZ author Steven Gannaway's novel 'Seraphim Blues’.
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