REVIEW: The First Asian AB

September 14, 2011
Try, but no conversion… [by Sharu Delilkan] Admittedly I was apprehensive about reviewing this show because rugby is definitely not my forte.  However I decided to go for it in the same spirit that the playwright of The First Asian AB (FAAB) Renee Liang chose to write the play.  But just in case I surrounded myself with the right people […]

Rugby vs Theatre: The First Asian AB

September 12, 2011
Interview with Benjamin Teh and Paul Fagamalo about acting, culture and RUGBY! + TICKET GIVEAWAY!! [by James Wenley] After 200,000 fans shut-down down-town for the Rugby World Cup Opening Night celebrations there is no denying it anymore. The Rugby is here, and Auckland has gone mad for it. And if you can’t beat em, join em. Or so it seems […]

PREVIEW: Mary Stuart (Auckland Theatre Company)

May 5, 2011
Edward Peni on playing French, and the trials of making it as an Actor [by Sharu Delilkan] It was all about being at the right place at the right time for Edward Peni. He admits that he hadn’t considered auditioning for Auckland Theatre Company’s production of Mary Stuart until he bumped into Artistic Director Colin McColl. “I had actually called […]