I was completely startled by the Auckland Theatre Company’s exquisite production of The Glass Menagerie.
The play Patua – about what should happen to people like the family of the Kahui twins – will become a New Zealand classic. It surprises, inspires and satisfies.
Nearly 50 artists from a dozen countries feature in the fifth triennial, which focuses on the way we think about, and adapt to, our living environments.
War Witch is an extraordinary African tale of 14-year-old Komona, who is plucked from her village by local freedom fighters.
Coming up next month are two films which deal with social, political and personal issues of living in Israel.
Rhana Devenport, director of New Plymouth's Govett-Brewster gallery, starts her new role in July.
Sign up for NBR subscriber content or email alerts
The easiest way for subscribers to stay logged in is to click the "Remember Me" option on the Member Log In box on the top right of this page.