Too few plays get repeat showings. Some plays are studied, some seen often, some are devised and some forgotten. Even Bruce Mason and Roger Hall, who are household names, have not had all of their plays staged.
Reflections of Kiwis on stage both challenge and entrench our unique lifestyle. From Foreskin’s Lament to Waiora; from Middle Age Spread to The Motor Camp – are we representing our nation honestly on stage?