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Angie Farrow

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Do People Dance When They’re Married? – Auckland Performances

Do People Dance When They’re Married? A selection of plays by Massey lecturer and playwright Angie Farrow will be performed from 28 – 31 May in Auckland. With a distinctive theatrical style that combines absurdity with lyricism, these short works each explore the themes of intimate relationships and lives left un-lived. 28 – 31 May […]

Enthusiastic, talented people: Fifty years of drama at Massey University

‘Enthusiastic, talented people: Fifty years of drama at Massey University’: so runs the title of an article just published by Lucy Marsden about  the rich and innovative tradition of theatre at Massey University.  Marsden writes: “drama has been very popular at Massey; since the 1960s hundreds of Massey staff and students have collaborated with others … to stage a wide variety […]

Congrats to Angie

Good news. Angie Farrow has won ‘Best Drama Script’ for her new play ‘Leo Rising’ at the Auckland Short and Sweet Festival 2014. Congratulations to Angie.

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