TalkWrite

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

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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Renee Liang
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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Renee Liang
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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Renee Liang
Rochelle Bright
Story / Performing Arts
A chat with Kitan Petkovski and Rochelle Bright from Massive Company.
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Renee Liang
Keziah Warner
Story / Performing Arts
Renee Liang talks to Keziah Warner about her initiative, Scratch New Writing, and its first full length production, 'Everything She Ever Said To Me'.
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Renee Liang
Circenses - Pic - Benny Degrove
Story / Management & Admin, Performing Arts, Visual Arts
Renee Liang reports on her week as cultural tourist in the nation’s capital for the NZ International Arts Festival.
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Renee Liang
Siri Embla - Norwegian-Kiwi dancer and artist.
Story / Performing Arts, Music, Digital & Technology
Siri Embla is a Norwegian-Kiwi dancer and artist. Renee Liang asks Siri about her latest work, collaborative show Lovers' Walk and dance ensemble White Walls.
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Renee Liang
TeZuka
Story / Performing Arts, Management & Admin, Culture & Heritage
Renee Liang previews TeZuka, a dance piece inspired by the imagery and themes of Japanese manga, at the NZ International Arts Festival this weekend.
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Renee Liang
The First Asian AB
Story / Management & Admin, Performing Arts, Literature & Publishing
In her first TalkWrite blog for 2012, Renee Liang tries to explain her uncharacteristic lack of action during summer, and looks forward to a busy year in Auckland theatre.
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Renee Liang
Story / Performing Arts
Renee Liang talks to actress Jennifer Ward-Lealand and writer Dave Armstrong about the play Rita and Douglas.
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Renee Liang