Today, the board of the Shakespeare Globe Centre New Zealand apologised for “failing to respond immediately and robustly” to condemn the “racist vitriol related to [its] recent funding issue”.
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Ardern on saving Shakespeare fest, Covid-19 and Three Waters
A number of Covid-19 measures will be retained under a basic legal framework, such as the seven-day isolation period for cases and mask-wearing in healthcare settings.
Incorporating Māori culture into Shakespeare sees performer take to the stage in London
From the Hokianga to London, 18-year-old performer Māhanga Mitchell is travelling across the globe into a theatre of global proportions in less than two months’ time.
Kura head boy heads for Shakespeare’s Globe in London
Tutakangahau Teepa working with his kaiako Matua Wiremu Maku
The bros and the bard
He’s exalted as the greatest playwright ever, but would William Shakespeare approve of a Māori spin on his masterpieces?
Modern Māori language hits theatre stage
An English play, "Mo and Jess Kill Susie," by Gary Henderson, has been translated into Māori, 'E kore a muri e hokia'. This initiative provides a platform for modern Māori language to be celebrated and heard in a theatrical setting.
Māori Romeo and Juliet rehearsals underway as part of Matariki celebrations
13 years ago the famous Shakespeare play, The Merchant of Venice, was translated into Te Reo Māori and now as part of the Matariki celebrations, Romeo & Juliet will be performed entirely in te reo Māori.
'Road to the Globe' documentary premieres in NZ
Ngākau Toa's journey to show the Māori language adaptation of Shakespeare's 'Troilus and Cressida' at the world-renowned Globe Theatre in London has been documented in 'Road to the Globe'.