Tag: Tate Fountain

  • The Handlers — A Response

    The Handlers — A Response

    Te Pou Theatre becomes the Crown Lynn factory floor in Poata Alvie McKree’s ‘The Handlers’. Tate Fountain responds to her time with the play, sitting with its themes under burnt-orange ’70s lights.

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  • Double Goer — A Response

    Double Goer — A Response

    The stage at Q Theatre’s Loft is laid thick with adornment for Sarah Foster-Sproull’s ‘Double Goer’, a dance production of duplication. Tate Fountain has been held in its haze and writes of the experience.

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  • The Bloom — A Response

    The Bloom — A Response

    We first sent Tate Fountain to review Jessie McCall’s work back in 2022. Now in 2024, McCall has a new work, ‘The Bloom’ as part of the Auckland Pride Elevates. Naturally, we sent Tate along to see the artistic evolution.

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  • Shorts Films by Tate Fountain

    Shorts Films by Tate Fountain

    In their first foray into reviewing for bad apple, Kyra Lawler has a cinematic experience. With Tate Fountain’s debut poetry collection ‘Short Films’ in hand, they collect a bouquet of film scripts, letters, notes and vignettes to devour.

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