In her review of ‘Henchmen’, Samantha Cheong sneaks into the lair (mailroom) of the monolithic Evil Corporation. Find out if this theatrical foray into humdrum corporate life was truly worth the time spent, or if Samantha ended up broke.
Life took an unexpected turn for Joanne Drayton when a chance meeting with another woman turned into something much deeper. ‘The Queen’s Wife’ details the real life story of Joanne and Sue, with each move of the chess game. Frequent bad apple contributor harold considers the queen and her wife in this review.
Pip Adam’s newest book, ‘Audition’ sent Casey Lucas into fervor from which she birthed a review, immediately deleted it and penned this, newer, different review. Read through to get a glimpse of exactly why she did that.
Hannah Tasker-Poland’s essay ‘A Body of Art’ published earlier this week peeled away the layers of performance to describe the the creation of ‘The Most Naked’. Now, Tate Fountain too peels away layers as she reviews the work in action at Q Theatre.
It’s just (just) a little crush (crush). As part of the NZ International Comedy Festival, Tate Fountain went along to Janaye Henry’s ‘Crush Season’. Click through to find out if she came out with a crush.