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By Forster, Michelanne
"Downfall offers an opportunity to look at the history of New Zealand through a dramatic lens. Te Keni explores the fraught relationship between Maori and Pakeha in the early colonial period. Larnach reveals the dynamics of the prominent family who established Larnach Castle in D...unedin. My Heart is Bathed in Blood examines the tragic implications of a relationship between two young medical students. Each play is introduced with an essay that provides historical context and performance history. Downfall is ideal for students and teachers of drama and for those with an interest in New Zealand's rich heritage"--Publisher information.Read more
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By Forster, Michelanne; Plumb, Vivienne
Engaging, astute and sometimes eccentric minds are revealed in these interviews with twenty of New Zealand's best-loved playwrights. This book offers compelling insights - Roger Hall's opinions on language and laughter, Hone Kouka's mission to shatter racial stereotypes, Renee's ...impact on sexuality and feminism in theatre - among lively discussion of the processes, pitfalls and triumphs of twenty playwrights.Read more
By Redshaw, Bernard; Forster, Michelanne
Two visits to the Auschwitz concentration camp end in silence.
By Casson, Mark; Werry, Philippa; Forster, Michelanne; Unasa, Leilani; Finn, Richard, OP
"Eight short plays for children. Each play covers a different subject area, including: conservation, Samoan culture, Maori mythology, absurdist comedy, language conventions, fairytales and astronomy. The plays are fun works of fictional storytelling that are focussed on entertain...ment and getting children excited about drama, but still have an underlying educational focus"--Publisher information.Read more
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