Resources offered by Theatre Scenes for Aotearoa’s theatre community:
A Health-First Approach for Rehearsing and Presenting Live Performance in Aotearoa New Zealand (Published 1 August 2022).
This resource offers ideas and advice for a health-first approach for groups rehearsing and presenting live performance in Aotearoa New Zealand during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. This is for anyone involved in creating and presenting live performance looking for rigorous advice around protocols you can implement to help reduce the risk of Covid transmission. It has been written with a theatre lens, but recommendations can be applied to live performance in general. This resource is especially focused towards students, new graduates and independent practitioners
Kupu o te Whakaari (Published 25 Nov 2021)
This resource was developed through the Te Herenga Waka Victoria University of Wellington theatre program to help students access kupu o te whakaari (theatre vocabulary) in the official languages of Aotearoa: te reo Māori and New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL). Ngā mihi nui Tānemahuta Gray and Pollyanna Ferguson for their expertise and guidance as consultants for this project.