Zoë updates us on what's good in digital theatre this week. Firstly, you can catch Missing People on the Leeds Playhouse YouTube channel if you're interested in catching some big theatre, digitally of course. And there's plenty to catch on Te Pou's website as part of the Kōanga Festival, this week you can check out Kūpapa, Ruck & Maul and Whytangi??
This morning on Stage Direction Zoë takes us on another deep-dive into the online theatre world. This week talking about radio plays, digital festivals and more. Tune in to hear about Kōanga Festival from Te Pou Theatre and Double from Darkfield Radio.
As we're still in Alert Level Three here in Tāmaki Makaurau, Zoë's got some picks for theatre you can catch online. Her picks for the week are Rapunzel at Bats, Ghost Light by the National Theatre of Scotland, and Good Dog by Arinzé Kene.
Zoë joins us via the internet to remind us of some wonderful virtual theatre we can enjoy while we stay home. Edinburgh Fringe Festival is going virtual, and Zoë's got the guide to watching through their website and ATC's production of The Master Builder is available to watch from the comfort of your couch. Plenty to enjoy.
Zoë dials in with some theatre reckons to fill another rainy weekend in Auckland. Catch Amadeus on National Theatre At Home (still making the most of this), or turn to the Gecko Theatre Companyfor some more online content, and lastly, if you've got kids to entertain, The Cat in the Hat is on at the Bruce Mason Theatre. Classic.
Zoë returns with some recommendations for a show you can see in the flesh, Love from a Stranger at Howick Little Theatre. But if you're keen to stay inside, the National Theatre At Home's The Deep Blue Sea by Terence Rattigan is playing and is certainly not one to miss.