Zoë debuts her first solo Stage Direction and boy does she have a line up for you. I mean, you could go to Spookers (...but you don't want to) or you could have a night filled with theatre fun and magic. A Few Things I've Learnt About Dating And Death, followed by Cradle Song to get your dose of horror and if that's not enough theatre, get your tickets to Retail Therapyas the cherry on top. Ooooh yeah.
Johanna's bids us farewell for seven weeks while she dives deep into Wellington theatre, lucky for us, the lovely Zoë Larsen Cumming is here to keep us informed on all our theatre fantasies. Zoë and Johanna catch up with Mike this week on what's good in Auckland at the moment, recommending Orientation, Me and My Sister Tell Each Other Everything, and Mr. Burns(all you Simpsons fans out there, we've heard you need to get in fast).
While celebrating women in theatre this month, Johanna brings in a special guest, Kalyani Nagarajan, the star of Mrs Krishnan's Party, sequel to Krishnan’s Dairy. Lucky for us, we caught up with Kalyani before the show goes overseas. That's right, international theatre, oooooh fancy.
Strap in, folks. Hamlet's about to become waaay less depressing thanks to Matchbox's new adaptation, Yorick!. Johanna and Lydia chat at their leisure about lesbian musicals, burning faces, the Phantom, and Q Theatre's cool programme for budding playwrights.