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Rand Hazou

Rand Hazou has written 22 posts for School of English and Media Studies

NUTS NZ. Issue #2. May 2014

Editorial Welcome to the second edition of NUTS NZ – the Newsletter for University Theatre Studies New Zealand. The purpose of the newsletter is to help us communicate more effectively as a community of scholars interested in Theatre and Performance. The annual Australasian Theatre and Performance Association (ADSA) conference ‘Restoring Balance: Ecology, Sustainability’ is fast approaching. The conference […]

Mask Workshop with Prof. Stephanie Campbell 26th of Feb. @ Albany Campus

The Expressive Arts Programme is delighted to present a MASK WORKSHOP with Prof. Stephanie Campbell on Wednesday 26 February, from 2-5 pm in the Rec Centre Studio at the Albany Campus. Stephanie Campbell (MFA Acting/Directing, University of  Arizona) is  an international Mask Methods specialist. More information about her work can be found at www.maskexploration.com. An actress, stage […]

Sex worker story to prize-winning play

A short story about an unlikely friendship between a sex worker and a middle-class woman has been turned into the winning entry in a playwriting competition at the Albany campus. Written by Bachelor of Arts student Kate Davis, the play, Between the Cracks, was among entries in the inaugural Bitsa Playwriting and Performing Competition. It will […]

Calling all Albany student playwrights

      Theatre lecturer Dr Rand Hazou and MUTS president Hannah Rowland. Calling all Albany student playwrights Do you have an idea for an edgy, entertaining, poignant or provocative piece of theatre? Aspiring Albany student playwrights are being urged to get their creative juices flowing and enter an inaugural playwriting competition, with the winning […]

Lecturer in Theatre Dr. Rand Hazou Interviewed on RNZ’s ‘Nights’ with Bryan Crump

The cartoon character ‘Handala’ by Palestinian Artist Naji Al-ALi. Dr. Rand Hazou, Lecturer in Theatre, Interviewed on RNZ’s ‘Nights’ with Bryan Crump Lecturer in Theatre, Dr. Rand Hazou was interviewed by Bryan Crump on Radio New Zealand’s ‘Nights’ which was broadcast on Monday 16 September 2013. The interview focused on the importance of theatre for […]

‘Invisible Foot’ kick-starts workplace theatre at Massey

Dr Steven Taylor and poses in front of Massey theatre students acting out the final scene of The Invisible Foot’. ‘Invisible Foot’ kick-starts workplace theatre at Massey Massey University’s theatre and business programmes came together for a unique performance last week – a reading of a play that was never meant to be performed on […]

Iranian folktales come to life at Albany

Iranian folktales come to life at Albany The epic adventures of an Iranian folktale hero will come to life at Massey University’s new Theatre Lab at Albany on July 31. A Night in Iran, produced and performed by well-known professional storyteller Derek Gordon, who teaches at Massey’s Expressive Arts programme, and Iranian migrant Sanam Vaziri, […]

Summer Shakespeare ‘not to be missed’

Director and Massey artist in residence Vanessa Stacey and A scene from ‘The Tempest’ Summer Shakespeare ‘not to be missed’ Record crowds have attended the first Summer Shakespeare shows in The Square. Reviewers have also raved about The Tempest production, calling it “a theatrical experience not to be missed”. Director and Massey’s artist in residence […]

Blue balloon dream a winner for Massey playwright

Associate Professor Angie Farrow Blue balloon dream a winner for Massey playwright A short play involving the magical, transformative qualities of a blue balloon, by Massey University’s Associate Professor Angie Farrow, has won first prize in a Canadian international playwriting competition. Dr Farrow, who teaches drama and creative processes in the School of English and […]

Worlds of man, beast and bird explored in theatre

Amanimal– Knothead, a character from Amanimal played by Paul Young; and Dr Emma Willis. Worlds of man, beast and bird explored in theatre The boundaries and bonds between humans, animals and their environments are explored in an inventive new dance theatre show, Amanimal, created by Massey University lecturer in theatre Dr Emma Willis. She devised the […]

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