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Articles, Reviews & Book Chapters on New Zealand & Pasifika Theatre
(This section is in progress, and will continue to be expanded. As at August 2017, it primarily includes articles & reviews from Australasian Drama Studies [ADS] 1985 - 2014; Illusions: New Zealand Moving Image Performing Arts Criticism 1986 - 2010; Double Dialogues; Journal of New Zealand Literature: JNZL; some online publications; and Landfall 1949 - 1975. ) Some MA and PhD theses are listed, as are some book chapters. More to come.


1949 - 1959

Sarah Campion. "No Caviare to the General". Landfall. Volume 13, Number 3. September 1959. 269 - 271. (Review of Allen Curnow's play Moon Section.)
John Dunmore. "A Plea For the Playwright". Landfall. Volume 11, Number 4. December 1957. 314 - 317.
R.E. Kennedy. "The Shakespeare Memorial Theatre Company". Landfall. Volume 7, Number 2. June 1953. 130 - 133.
Bruce Mason. "The New Zealand Players' Second Season". Landfall. Volume 7, Number 4. December 1953. 285 - 288.
Bruce Mason. "Wellington's Unity Theatre". Landfall. Volume 9, Number 2. June 1955. 153 - 159.
Bruce Mason. "The Plays of Claude Evans". Landfall. Volume 10. Number 1. March 1956. 43 - 48. {Review of publication}
Bruce Mason. "A Year of Unity Theatre". Landfall. Volume 10, NUmber 3. September 1956. 246 - 248.
Bruce Mason. "The Chinese Classical Theatre". Landfall. Volume 11, Number 1. March 1957. 72 - 74. (Review)
Bruce Mason. "The Cherry Orchard" Landfall. Volume 11, Number 2. June 1957. 169 - 171. (Review of Margaret Walker's student production)
Bruce Mason. "Richard Campion - Producer". Landfall. Volume 13, Number 4. December 1959. 367 - 370.
W.J. Mountjoy Jnr. "The Theatre in 1951". Landfall. Volume 6, Number 1. March 1952. 60 - 66.
Joseph B. O'Neill. "Community Arts Drama Service". Landfall. Volume 7, Number 2. June 1953. 133 - 137.
Frederick Page. "Intimate Opera". Landfall. Volume 9, Number 4. December 1955. 349 - 351.
Frederick Page. "Madame Butterfly". Landfall Volume 13, Number 4. December 1959. 370 - 371. (Review of NZ Opera Company production)
John Pocock. "A National Theatre" Landfall. Volume three, number two June 1949, 162 - 167.
John Pocock. "A Word for the Proscenium". Landfall. Volume 4, Number 2. June 1950. 155 - 157.
J.G.A. Pocock. "Theatre - Southern View". Landfall. Volume 7, Number 3. September 1953. 199 - 202.
J.G.A. Pocock. "Two New Zealand Plays". Landfall. Volume 8, Number 1. March 1954. 52 - 54. (Plays by Katherine Ross & Bruce Mason)
J.G.A. Pocock. "A Producer's Dream". Landfall. Volume 8, Number 3. September 1954. 206 - 209.
J.G.A. Pocock. "Peacemaking and the Players". Landfall. Volume 9, Number 2. June 1955. 151 - 153.
J.G.A. Pocock. "A Lady Worth Her Burning". Landfall. Volume 9, Number 3. September 1955. 241 - 244.
J.G.A. Pocock. "Antony in Christchurch" Landfall. Volume 13, Number 3. September 1957. 272 - 274. (Review of Ngaio Marsh production)
George Swan. Ngaio Marsh; Arnold F. Goodwin. "A National Theatre" Landfall. Volume three, Number one March 1949, 63 - 72
John V. Trevor. "What the New Zealand theatre needs" Landfall. Volume four, Number four. December 1950. 340 - 342
Margaret Walker. "Translating Chekhov" Landfall. Volume 11. Number 2. June 1957. 149 - 157.

1960 - 1969

K.O. Arvidson. "The Counsels of the Wood". Landfall. Volume 19, Number 3. September 1965. 279 - 281. (Reviews plays by Bruce Mason)
James Bertram. "The Wide Open Cage". Landfall. Volume 14, Number 1. March 1960. 81 - 84. (Review)
John Casserley. "The Theatrical Illusion: Notes on Dance and Drama" Landfall. Volume 22, Number 1. March 1968. 65 - 68.
David Farquhar. "Recent Music". Landfall. Volume 19, Number 2. June 1965. 169 - 171. (Review of Porgy and Bess, NZ Opera Company, with a Maori cast)
John Graham & Paul Hoffmann. "Karl Wolfskehl 1869 - 1948: A German Poet In New Zealand". Landfall. Volume 23, Number 4. December 1969. 381 - 394. (Of interest in relation to Stuart Hoar's play Exile)
N.A. Griffith. "Organizing Professional Drama". Landfall. Volume 19, Number 3. September 1965. 281 - 284. (Mason responded in a letter to the Editor, Landfall Volume 19, Number 4. December 1965. 407 - 409)
E.A. Horsman. "The End of the Golden Weather". Landfall. Volume 14, Number 2. June 1960. 191 - 192. (Review)
MacD. P. Jackson. "Drama in Auckland". Landfall. Volume 20, Number 4. December 1966. 385 - 391.
Dennis McEldowney. "Black Beech and Honeydew". Landfall. Voume 20, number 3. September 1966. 294 - 296. (Review of Ngaio Marsh's autobiography.)
D.F. McKenzie. "Wrestling with the Angel". Landfall. Volume 19, Number 3. September 1965. 293 - 295. (Reviews plays by Frank Sargeson)
G.R. Manton. "Greek Plays in Dunedin". Landfall. Volume 14, Number 1. March 1960. 84 - 86.
Ngaio Marsh. "The Quick Forge". Landfall. Volume 18, Number1. March 1964. 32 - 40. (One of four essays written in celebration of Shakespeare's Quartecentenary. The others were by James Bertram, D.F. McKenzie & Frank Sargeson)
Bruce Mason. "The Arts Council Programme: Theatre". Landfall. Volume 19, Number 2. June 1965. 167 - 169.
Bruce Mason. "Professor McKenzie and Frank Sargeson". Landfall. Volume 20, Number 1. March 1966. 86 - 90.
Nola Millar. "A Future For the Players". Landfall. Volume 14, Number 4. December 1960. 389 - 391. (Discusses the NZ Players)
Nola Millar. "Universities' Drama". Landfall. Volume 23, Number 3. September 1969. 289 - 292.
Geoffrey Moorhouse. "The Commonwealth Arts Festival". Landfall. Volume 19, Number 4. December 1965. 382 - 385.
Michael A. Noonan. "N.Z. Theatre in the 'Seventies?". Landfall. Volume 22, Number 4. December 1968. 364 - 367
Con O'Leary. "Drama". Landfall. Volume 23, Numner 2. June 1969. 144 - 147.
Vincent O'Sullivan. "Downstage". Landfall. Volume 18, Number 4. December 1964. 368 - 369.
Marilyn Parker. "Three Mimes" Landfall Volume 22, Number 1. March 1968. 63 - 65 (a review of Baxter's mimes performed at Dunedin's Globe)
J.G. A. Pocock. "Two Plays". Landfall. Volume 14, Number 2. June 1960. 197 - 201. (Discusses published texts of Baxter'sThe Wide Open Cage and Jack Winter's Dream)
Patricia Roddick. "Four Television Plays". Landfall. Volume 21, Number 4. December 1967. 366 - 371.
Harold W. Smith. "James K. Baxter: The Poet as Playwright". Landfall. Volume 22, Number 1. March 1968. 56 - 62. (Includes a pastel drawing of Baxter by Els Noordhof, & a photo of Patric Carey in Baxter's The Sore-Footed Man)
Natasha Templeton. "Chekhov in Wellington". Landfall. Volume 19, Number 2. June 1965. 174 - 185.
James Walshe. "Two Plays, The End of the Golden Weather, etc.". Landfall. Volume 18, Number 1. March 1964. 99 - 103. (Review of four published plays by Michael Antony Noonan, Alexander Guyan and Bruce Mason)

1970 - 1980

William H. Alington. "Some Comments on the Christchurch Town Hall". Landfall. Volume 26, Number 3. September 1971. 195 - 199. (With venue photos)
Peter Bland. "Peter Bland". Landfall. Volume 29, Number 4. December 1975. 295 - 297.
Yvette Bromley. "The Theatre and the Playwright". Landfall. Volume 29, Number 4. December 1975. 325 - 328.
Cole Catley. "TV Drama in New Zealand". Landfall. Volume 27, Number 1. March 1973. 43 - 55.
Alistair Campbell. "Impressions of the earlier Baxter". Landfall. Volume 27, Number 3. September 1973. 179 - 184.
Jeremy Commons. "'Aida' & 'The Marriage of Figaro'". Landfall. Volume 25, Number 4. December 1971. 441 - 444. (NZ Opera)
Judith Dale. "Shadows on the Stage". Landfall. Volume 29, Number 4. December 1975. 352 - 357. (Review of Peter Downes' book on NZ early theatre history)
Murray Edmond. "Group Theatre". Islands: A New Zealand Quarterly of Arts and Letters . Summer 1972. (Also in Then It Was Now Again (2014), 87 - 90)
Ian Fraser. "The Gulbenkian Theatre: Two Plays". Landfall. Volume 24, Number 2. June 1970. 165 - 169. (Review)
Elric Hooper. "Making Our Own Mistakes". Landfall. Volume 29, Number 4. December 1975. 339 - 349.
Gary Langford. "Gary Langford". Landfall. Volume 29, Number 4. December 1975. 302 - 304.
Robert Lord. "Robert Lord". Landfall. Volume 29, Number 4. December 1975. 297 - 299.
Howard McNaughton. "The Plays of Bruce Mason". Landfall. Volume 27, Number 2. June 1973. 102 - 138. (Lengthy interview with Bruce Mason)
Howard McNaughton. "Grotowski in Interview". Landfall. Volume 27, Number 3. September 1973. 233 - 239. (Interviewed in NZ)
Howard McNaughton. "The Plays of Alistair Campbell". Landfall. Volume 28, Number 1. March 1974. 55 - 68. (Interview with Alistair Campbell)
Howard McNaughton. "Downstage '64 - '74". Landfall. Volume 28, Number 3. September 1974. 237 - 240.
Howard McNaughton. "The Suicide - The Evolution of a Technique". Landfall. Volume 28, Number 4. December 1974. 305 - 207.
Howard McNaughton. "John Casserley in Interview". Landfall. Volume 29, Number 4. December 1975. 333 - 335.
Howard McNaughton. "Writing and Performance". Landfall. Volume 29, Number 4. December 1975. 269 - 271 (Guest editorial)
Howard McNaughton. "The Floating Stage: Recent Australasian Drama" Canadian Drama/L'Art dramatique canadian 6 (1980). 56 - 70.
O.E. MIddleton. "Oedipus at Dunedin". Landfall. Volume 24, Number 2. June 1970. 170 - 173. (Includes Ralph Hotere costume sketch)
O.E. Middleton. "'A State of Seige' at the Globe". Landfall. Volume 25, Number 1. March 1971. 81 - 83.
Richard O'Brien. "Richard O'Brien". Landfall. Volume 29, Number 4. December 1975. 301 - 302.
Louise Petherbridge. "Ambulando Around Theatrical Territory". Landfall. Volume 29, Number 4. December 1975. 335 - 339.
Max Richards. "Max Richards". Landfall. Volume 29, Number 4. December 1975. 294 - 295.
Roger Robinson. "The Publication of New Zealand Drama". Landfall. Volume 29, Number 4. December 1975. 271 - 281.
Douglas Stewart. "Douglas Stewart". Landfall. Volume 29, Number 4. December 1975. 300 - 301.
Mervyn Thompson. "Downstage, Educationalists and the New Zealand Drama". Landfall. Volume 29, Number 4. December 1975. 320 - 325. (with several photographs)
J.E.P. Thomson. "Arts Conference 70". Landfall. Volume 24, Number 2. June 1970. 134 - 137.
J.E.P. Thomson. "Upstage and Professional". Landfall. Volume 25, Number 4. December 1971. 434 - 440.
J.E. Weir. "An Interview with James K. Baxter". Landfall. Volume 28, Number 3. September 1974. 241 - 250.

1981 - 1989

Sunny Amey. "On Stage I: Four Plays for Secondary Schools, ed. David Dowling". ADS Vol. 3. No. 1. October 1984. 142 - 143. (Review)
Laurie Atkinson. "A Brief Chronology of Theatre in New Zealand". ADS Vol. 3. No. 1. October 1984. 5 - 13.
Chris Atmore. "Shifting the Seat of Power: Rosie Scott's Say Thank You To the Lady at the Depot.". Illusions Winter 1986, Number 2. 32 - 34.
Simon Bennett. "Towards a Popular Theatre? - The Affair by Robert Lord." Illusions Number 9. 1988. 11 - 13.
Jean Betts. "Outside In by Hilary Beaton". ADS Vol. 3. No. 1. October 1984. 141 - 142. (Review)
Sebastian Black. "'What kind of a society can develop under corrugated iron?': glimpses of New Zealand history in New Zealand plays". ADS Vol. 3. No. 1. October 1984. 33 - 52.
Mere Boynton. "In the Wilderness Without A Hat - Kei Te Koraha Kore Kau He Potae". Illusions Number 12. 1989. 8
David Bretton. "Driftwood by Rachel McAlpine". ADS Vol. 7. October 1985. 122 - 123. (Review)
Michelle Carlile. "Tribute To Maud? - Aunt Daisy! - the Musical at Downstage". Illusions Number 11. 1989. 30 - 31.
David Carnegie. "Dunedin's Globe Theatre: the Carey Years". ADS Vol. 3. No. 1. October 1984. 15 - 21.
David Carnegie. "The third New Zealand playwrights' workshop". ADS Vol. 3. No. 1. October 1984. 111 - 121.
David Carnegie. "Recent New Zealand Drama". Journal of New Zealand Literature: JNZL. No. 3 (1985). 7-15
David Carnegie. "The Director and the Dramaturgy: The Devil and Mr Mulcahy at the Depot". Illusions Number 5. 1987. 23 - 24.
David Carnegie. "Every Kind of Weather by Bruce Mason, ed. David Dowling". ADS Number 11. October 1987. 89 - 94. (Review)
David Carnegie. "Billy: A Colonial Cotillion". Illusions Number 12. 1989. 2 - 5.
Geoff Chapple. The South Pacific Festival of Arts Art New Zealand Number 18, Summer 1981.
Pauline Clayton. "Culture & Community". Illusions 10. 1989. 34 - 37. (On Paul Maunder's The Great Petone Survival Show.
Richard Corballis. "Footrot Flats: a casebook". ADS Vol. 3. No. 1. October 1984. 53 - 74.
Judith Dale. "Fronting Up: Frontwomen at the Depot". Illusions Number 9. 1988. 4 - 7.
Judith Dale. "Once Bitten, Twice Shy? No Way!". Illusions Number 10. 1989. 32 - 33. (Hen's Teeth 2 at Depot)
Judith Dale. "'Man Delights Not Me...' - Raewyn Gwilliam's The Island at The Depot." Illusions Number 11. 1989. 27 - 29.
Kurt Davidson [aka David Geary]. "Moment of Truth; Abortive Pauses: True Love and Polythene Pam. Illusions . Number 4, Summer 1987. 26 - 28.
Kurt Davidson. "Baby Jokes?: Flybaby. Illusions Number 6. 1987. 21 - 22.
Kurt Davidson. "Jones & Jones: Joys & Moans". Illusions Number 9. 1988. 8 - 10.
Kurt Davidson. "What Comes Up ..." Illusions Number 11. 1989. 24 - 26. (Jism at BATS)
John Drummond. "Footrot Flats - a stage musical by Roger Hall, Philip NOrman, A.K. Grant and Murray Ball". ADS Vol. 7. October 1985. 134 - 135. (Review)
Matthew Goldie. "Marital Rituals". Illusions Number 11. 1989. 19 - 23. (Fiona Samuel's The Wedding Party at the Depot)
Ruth Harley. "'Divine gossip': interviews with six New Zealand directors". (Jonathan Hardy, Stuart Devenie, Elric Hooper, Tony Taylor, John Banas, Roger McGill). ADS Vol. 3. No. 1. October 1984. 91 - 110.
Adrian Kiernander. "Performance: A Handbook of the Performing Arts in New Zealand 1983/84 ed. Margaret Belich". ADS Vol. 9. October 1986. 116 - 118. (Review)
Adrian Kiernander. "ADSA Conference". Illusions Number 6. 1987. 16 - 17.
Howard McNaughton. "Writing about New Zealand drama". ADS Vol. 3. No. 1. October 1984. 129 - 137.
Howard McNaughton. "Historical Elements in Recent New Zealand Drama." Journal of New Zealand Literature: JNZL. No. 2 (1984).15-22
Phillip Mann. "New Zealand Drama 1930 - 1980: an Illustrated History by John Thomson". ADS Vol. 3. No. 1. October 1984. 138 - 139. (Review)
Phillip Mann. "An Interview with Vincent O'Sullivan". Illusions. Number 3, Spring 1986. 2 - 5.
Phillip Mann. "A Note on the Symbolic Landscape of James K. Baxter's Play The Devil and Mr Mulcahy". Illusions Number 5. 1987. 17 - 20.
Phillip Mann. "Peter Hawes and Goldie: An Interview" Illusions Number 5. 1987. 25 - 29
Phillip Mann. "Theatre-Making: A Report on Progress". Illusions Number 9. 1988. 14 - 17.
Phillip Mann. A Red Mole Sketchbook. (Book review) Illusions Number 12. 1989. 37.
Phillip Mann. "The First Production of Once on Chunuk Bair: Extracts from an Interview with Maurice Shadbolt". Illusions Number 11. 1989. 14 - 18.
Paul Maunder. "Searching For a Third World Culture in Aotearoa: Pakeha/Maori Themes in Waitangi, South Pacific - The Rainbow and Say Thank You To the Lady. Illusions Winter 1986, Number 2. 29 - 31.
Paul Maunder. "Thoughts on Popular Theatre". Illusions Number 6. 1987. 18 - 20.
Paul Maunder. "Searching For an Activist Theatre: The Feds and Comrade Savage. Illusions Number 12. 1989. 9 - 12.
Ron Mikalsen. "Middle Age Spread: Meeting the Audience". Illusions Number 8. 1988. 20 - 23.
Michael Neill. "Out in the Cold by Greg McGee". ADS Vol. 3. No. 1. October 1984. 139 -141. (Review)
Michael Neill. "Shuriken by Vincent O'Sullivan". ADS Vol. 7. October 1985. 113 - 116. (Review)
Jeremy Royal & Russell Campbell. "Hakas & Jasmine. The Filipino Workshop Tour and the Maori Theatre Network". Illusions Number 6. 1987. 9 - 15. Interview with Janet [Roma] Potiki, Chris Millado, Eugene van Erven, Nestor Horfilla & Dessa Quesada.
Cushla Parekowhai. "A Tona Wa: Live at the Depot". Illusions Number 8. 1988. 27 - 28.
Cushla Parekowhai. "Tai Ao: Ki Te Ao Marama - No Ordinary Sun". Illusions Number 12. 1989. 6 - 7.
Pamela Payne-Heckenberg & Tony Mitchell."Interview: Renée". ADS Number 10. April 1987. 21 - 28.
Nonnita Rees. "'Getting New Zealand writing into theatres': the story of Playmarket". ADS Vol. 3. No. 1. October 1984. 23 - 30.
John Roberts. "Raymond Boyce, stage designer". ADS Vol. 3. No. 1. October 1984. 75 - 89.
Fiona Samuel. "A Long Talk with George: Interview with George Webby". Illusions Number 8. 1988. 29 - 33.
Karen Sherry. "Locally Written Plays in Auckland 1870 - 71". ADS Number 14, April 1989. 113 - 124.
Dulcie Smart. "The Depot and Mr Mulcahy". Illusions Number 5. 1987. 20 - 22.
Carol Stevenson. "Whose Power Is it Anyway?: NZADIE Conference report. Illusions Number 10. 1989. 37 - 39.
Rangimoana Taylor. "Kimihia - Still Looking? TVNZ's Maori Trainee Scheme." Illusions Number 11. 1989. 11 - 13.
Mervyn Thompson. "Promise and frustration: New Zealand playwrighting since 1975". ADS Vol. 3. No. 1. October 1984. 122 - 128.
John Thomson. "New Zealand Theatre Annals: Christchurch 1900 - 1919 comp. Howard McNaughton". ADS Vol. 3. No. 1. October 1984. 143 - 144. (Review)
Helen White. "Paths for a Flightless BIrd: Roles for Women on the New Zealand Stage since 1950". ADS Vol. 3 No. 2 April 1985. 105 - 143.
Helen White. "Objection Overruled by Carolyn Burns". ADS Vol. 7. October 1985. 123 - 124. (Review)
Helen Watson White. "New Drama 1988-89: An Expanding Field". Journal of New Zealand Literature: JNZL . No. 7 (1989). 3-43

Art New Zealand Search Previous Issues - there are a number of NZ theatre-related articles, and contents of issues up to Number 28 (Winter 1983) are available online.

1990 - 1999

Michael Anderson, Dorita Hannah. "Out of the Dark - 2 Provocations". Illusions Number 27. Winter 1998. 10 - 15. (Forum on design.)
Christopher Balme. "New Maori Theatre in New Zealand". ADS Number 15/16, Oct 1989/April 1990. 149 - 166.
Niko Besnier. "Crossing the Boundaries: the dramatization of Fa'afafine in A Frigate Bird Sings. Illusions Number 25. Winter 1996. 43 - 45.
Jean Betts, Deborah Diaz, Iain Sutherland, Maggie O'Brien. "Close at Circa: Four Views" Illusions Number 20. Summer 1992. 26 - 29.
Sebastian Black. "Playboys of the South Pacific: the plays of Greg McGee". ADS Number 17. October 1990. 183 - 201.
Jan Bolwell. "Marathon on the Waterfront". Illusions Number 20. Summer 1992. 32 - 33. (The Race by Michael Parmenter)
Jan Bolwell. "Jordan's Hamlet". Illusions Number 20. Summer 1992. 34 - 35. (The Rest Is Silence
Jan Bolwell. "Susan Jordan: The Making of a New Zealand Choreographer. A Biographical Essay". Illusions Number 20. Summer 1992. 36 - 37.
Mere Boynton, Cushla Parekowhai. "Te Rakau Hua o te Wao Tapu: Towards a Marae Theatre". Illusions Number 14. 1990. 16 - 19.
Mere Boynton. "Te Hokina by Riwia Brown. Review." Illusions Number 15. 1990. 25.
Alan Brunton. "Yu no save go back nao! High Performance in Vanuatu". Illusions Number 26. Winter 1997. 29 - 33.
David Carnegie. "The Metamorphoses of Foreskin's Lament". ADS Number 17. October 1990. 203 - 220.
David Carnegie. "Vikings in Maoriland: Hone Kouka's Nga Tangata Toa: The Warrior People and the Debt to Ibsen". Illusions Number 24. Spring 1995.24 - 27.
David Carnegie. (Review) "Nga Tangata Toa: The Warrior People by Hone Kouka". Theatre Journal Vol. 47, No. 2, Gay and Lesbian Queeries (May, 1995). 310-311
Farrell Cleary. "Baxter's Plays: The Search for Life before Death". Journal of New Zealand Literature: JNZL No. 13 (1995). 121-132
Peter Cleave. "Native Voice: 1981 and All That - Voice and Dialogue in Maori Theatre and Film". Illusions Number 25. Winter 1996. 48 - 51.
Judith Dale. "Digger & Nudger Try Harder, and Related Endeavours". Illusions Number 13. 1990. 32 - 33.
Judith Dale. "Addictions of the Feminine: Kaz: A Working Girl and Surviving the Nineties". Illusions Number 15. 1990. 22 - 24.
Judith Dale. "Women's theatre and why". ADS Number 18, April 1991. 159 - 182.
Judith Dale. "Daughter (W)rite 1". Illusions Number 20. Summer 1992. 20 - 23. (Daughters of Heaven at Downstage)
Judith Dale. "Theatre-Women's Franchise: Suffrage Year Theatre". Illusions Number 23. Winter 1994. 37 - 45.
Judith Dale. "Performing Identity: Engendering Post-Coloniality on Stage". Illusions Number 25. Winter 1996. 36 - 43.
Judith Dale. "'On the Beach': Questions of Identity in Recent Maori Drama". Illusions Number 26. Winter 1997. 39 - 42.
Judith Dale. "'The Play's the Thing Wherein I'll Catch...' ... What, Exactly? Magdalena Aotearoa and Performance Theatre". Illusions Number 29. Winter 1999. 37 - 43.
Kurt Davidson. "The Price of Love: Blue Sky Boys". Illusions Number 14. 1990. 23 - 24.
David Dowling. "War & Peace: On the Beach with Bruce and Maurice". Illusions Number 20. Summer 1992. 16 - 19.
John Downie. "STABS at BATS". Illusions Number 28. Autumn 1999. 36 - 41.
Murray Edmond. "Lighting out for paradise: New Zealand theatre and the 'other' tradition". ADS Number 18, April 1991. 183 - 206. (Also in Then It Was Now Again (2014), 91 - 116)
Murray Edmond. "Lovelock's False Start". Illusions Number 21/22. Winter 1993. 42 - 44.
Murray Edmond. "From Foreskin to Lovelock: The 1992 Australasian Playwrights Workshop and the Path To It". Illusions Number 21/22. Winter 1993. 50 - 57.
Murray Edmond. "Old Comrades of the Future: A History of Experimental Theatre in New Zealand, 1962-1982". PhD Thesis. University of Auckland. 1996.
Murray Edmond. "A Welcome Return: The Context of Alan Brunton's Recent Work". Landfall. March 1991. (Also in Then It Was Now Again (2014), 172 - 182)
Peter Falkenberg. "Lacking Drama, Making Theatre: Why Can’t Robinson Crusoe Play?" Free Theatre website. 1998.
Peter Falkenberg."Lacking Desire/Making Drama:
The Theatrical Meets the Prosaic in a Post-Puritanical World".
Free Theatre website, 1999.
John Farnsworth. "New Zealand Drama and Christchurch Theatre 1980 - 1990". Illusions Number 14. 1990. 27 - 29.
John Farnsworth. "A Life in the Theatre: Passing Through". Illusions Number 16. Winter 1991. 24 - 26.
Blair French. "Studies in Dis-connection: Walk Short and Lounge Bar - Short Films by the Front Lawn". Illusions Number 14. 1990. 2 - 5.
Blair French. "Locating Linda's Body: The Front Lawn". Illusions Number 16. Winter 1991. 11 - 14.
Simon Garrett. "The plays, playmakers and playhouses of recent New Zealand theatre". ADS Number 18, April 1991. 30 - 46.
Simon Garrett. "Who Says Fantasy Doesn't Work?" Illusions Number 20. Summer 1992. 30 - 31. (On McCarten's Let's Spend the Night Together)
Simon Garrett. "Seeing What's Going On: Recent Plays by Ken Duncum and David Geary". Illusions Number 23. Winter 1994. 46 - 48.
Richard Grevers, Peter Hawes. "Robert Lord's Joyful and Triumphant: Two Productions". Illusions Number 21/22. Winter 1993. 45 - 47.
Roger Hall. "Contemporary New Zealand as seen by its Playwrights". Aspects of Theatre and Drama in Britain and New Zealand Volume 7 Germany, 1992. Papers given at the inaugural conference of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für das englischsprachige Theater und Drama der Gegenwart.
Dorita Hannah. "Stomping Grounds: In Search of Earth Flesh and True Walls". Illusions Number 26. Winter 1997. 34 - 38.
Dorita Hannah. "Dis-placing the Empty Space and Re-claiming Ground". Illusions Number 27. Winter 1998. 16 - 19.
Peter Harcourt. "'There's gold in them thar files': playscripts deposited for copyright registration". ADS Number 18, April 1991. 7 - 21.
Michael Heath. "The Wonderful Shoes: Illuminating Children's Theatre". Illusions Number 24. Spring 1995. 33 - 35.
Stuart Hoar. "A playwright's perspective". ADS Number 18, April 1991. 64 - 69.
Murray Horton. "Lovebirds by Mervyn Thompson". Illusions Number 14. 1990. 30 - 32.
Hone Kouka. "Introduction". Ta Matou Mangai: Three Plays of the 1990s Wellington: Victoria University Press, 1999, 9 - 28.
Alison J. Laurie. :Daughter (W)rite 2". Illusions Number 20. Summer 1992. 24 - 25. (Daughters of Heaven at Downstage)
James Littlewood. "Danger: Actors At Work", Quote/Unquote, 38 (August 1996), 6
Johanne McComish. "A Wellsian Drama: Ricordi! in the Context of Peter Wells' Films and Stories". Illusions Number 25. Winter 1996. 45 - 47.
Lawrence McDonald. "Slovenly White Trash". Illusions Number 13. 1990. 30 - 31. (Review of Baby Doll at Circa)
Lawrence McDonald. "Alice in the Mirror City. The European Echoes of Olivia Lory Kay's Glass Beads and Lure (First Light)". Illusions Number 29. Winter 1999. 44 - 47.
Howard McNaughton. "Between Participation and Transgression: New Zealand Drama, 1991-1992". Journal of New Zealand Literature: JNZL. No. 14 (1996). 148-177
Phillip Mann. "Tragic power in Vincent O'Sullivan's Shuriken". ADS Number 18, April 1991. 91 - 94; 147 - 158.
Paul Maunder. "The Task Ahead: The Secret Rapture". Illusions Number 14. 1990. 25 - 26.
Ron Mikalsen. "Oracles and Miracles: White Middle-Class Noise?". Illusions Number 13. 1990. 28 - 29.
David O'Donnell. "Making Miracles: The State of the Playwright in New Zealand Universities". Playmarket News 21, 1999. 6 - 7.
David O'Donnell. "Re-energising Theatre: The Festival of New Zealand Theatre, Hamilton, June-July 1998". Playmarket News 20, 1999. 10 - 11.
David O'Donnell. (Review) "A Theatre in the House: The Careys' Globe by Rosalie Carey". New Zealand Educatoin review 1999, 11.
Roma Potiki. "A Maori point of view: the journey from anxiety to confidence". ADS Number 18, April 1991. 57 - 63.
Roma Potiki. "Confirming Identity and telling the Stories: A Woman's Perspective on Māori Theatre". in Rosemary Du Plessis & Phillida Bunkle (ads) Feminist voices: women's study texts for Aotearoa/New Zealand. Auckland: Oxford University Press 1992. 153 - 162.
Roma Potiki. "Introduction" He Reo Hou: 5 Plays by Maori Playwrights Wellington: Playmarket, 1991, 9 - 13.
Samson Samasoni. "Contradictions & Hypocrisies: Flying Fox in a Freedom Tree". Illusions Number 14. 1990. 6 - 7.
Karen Sherry. "Popular entertainment in Auckland 1870 - 71". ADS Number 18, April 1991. 22 - 29.
Dulcie Smart. "Women's Wiles. The Work of the Equity Women's Caucus". Illusions Number 24. Spring 1995. 36 - 37.
Carol Stevenson. Jungle-Gym Johnnie: A Crisis in Focus and Metaphor". Illusions Number 14. 1990. 20 - 22.
Yono Sukarno. "Surrounded by Hundreds of Shadows: Javanese Dhalang Joko Susilo Interviewed". Illusions Number 24. Spring 1995. 30 - 32.
Mervyn Thompson. "Passing through". ADS Number 18, April 1991. 47 - 56.
Kim Walker. "Poisoning with a Kiss: Belladonna and the Beauty Myth". Illusions Number 21/22. Winter 1993. 48 - 49.
Kim Walker. "Roimata by Riwia Brown". Illusions Number 24. Spring 1995. 28 - 29.
Lisa Warrington. "A life long affair: Renée's writing for the theatre. Commentary/interview". ADS Number 18, April 1991. 70 - 90.
Lisa Warrington. "Theatre in 1990". Journal of New Zealand Literature: JNZL. No. 12 (1994). 5-44
Raewyn White. "Dance Works of 1993: A Review Article". Illusions Number 23. Winter 1994. 28 - 35.
Stuart Young. "A New Zealand Production of Pushkin's Mozart and Salieri: Translation and Commentary". New Zealand Slavonic Journal, (1999). 97-108

2000 - 2009

Christopher Balme and Astrid Cartensen. "Home Fires: Creating a Pacific Theatre in the Diaspora". Theatre Research International 26 (1), March 2001. 33 - 46.
Michael Brown. "Changing, Lying, Reinventing: Turbulent Flux" Illusions Number 36. Winter 2004. 36 - 38.
Mimi Colligan. (Review) "Peter Downes, The Pollards: A FAmily and its Child and Adult OPera Companies in New Zealand and Australia 1880 - 1910." Australasian Drama Studies [ADS] Number 44, April 2004. 134 - 136.
Judith Dale. "The State of Play: "Outstanding Aotearoa" at the New Zealand Festival 2000". Illusions Number 30. Winter 2000. 36 - 43.
Judith Dale. "Shadow-Miming the Man From Wapping: The Whole Shebang". Illusions Number 31. Summer 2000/2001. 27 - 31. (Reviews WOPPA season)
Judith Dale. "For Good. Illusions Number 36. Winter 2004. 49 - 50. (Review of McKenzie/Harcourt film.)
John Downie. "Wanted - Manuals for a Non-Logocentric Theatre". Illusions Number 31. Summer 2000/2001. 32 - 35.
John Downie. "New Zealand Actors Company A Way of Life by Roger Hall". Illusions Number 33. Autumn 2003. 37 - 39.
John Downie. Salto by Under Lili's Balcony". Illusions Number 35. Winter 2003. 46 - 48. (Review)
Martin Edmond. "Red Mole's Strange Attractor". Illusions Number 35. Winter 2003. 37 - 38.
Murray Edmond. "The 'original' Downstage and the theatre of its history." ADS Number 36, April 2000. 35 - 56. (Also in Then It Was Now Again (2014), 117 - 141)
Murray Edmond. "How Gothic Is S/he? Three New Zealand Dramas". Australasian Drama Studies [ADS] Number 44, April 2004. 113 - 129. [Looks at The Rocky Horror Show (Richard O'Brien), Wednesday To Come (Renee) and Eugenia (Lorae Parry)] (Also in Then It Was Now Again (2014), 208 - 226)
Murray Edmond. "The Terror and the Pity of 1984: Mervyn Thompson's Coaltown Blues." Landfall 209, May 2005. 13 - 28. (Also in Then It Was Now Again (2014), 33 - 53)
Murray Edmond. "Te Kaainga/Where the Fire Burns - Hone Kouka's trilogy: Waiora, Homefires and The Prophet." Australasian Drama Studies [ADS] Number 50, April 2007. 91 - 110. (Also in Then It Was Now Again (2014), 187 - 207)
Murray Edmond. "From Cabaret To Apocalypse: Red Mole’s Cabaret Capital Strut And Ghost Rite" ka mate ka ora: a new zealand journal of poetry and poetics. Issue 4. September 2007.
Murray Edmond. "'I Want You Boys to Cook a Pig': The Two No. 2s". ADS 55 October 2009. 117 - 131.
David Edwards. "Love Starts Out Simple But It Gets Complex: The Language of Grooves of Glory". Illusions Number 35. Winter 2003. 39 - 42.
Peter Falkenberg. "Nothing Ever Happens Here". Free Theatre website. 2003.
Peter Falkenberg. "Why Devise, Why Now? Why New Zealand?" Theatre Topics. Mar 2005; 15, 1; Academic Research Library pg. 39
Peter Falkenberg. "Fear of Flying (I): Samson Airline" . Free Theatre website. April 2005/November 2006.
Moira Fortin."Takona: Body Painting in Rapa Nui Performing Arts" ADS 55 October 2009. 150 - 163.
Paloma Fresno Calleja. "Monodramas for a Multiculture: Performing New Zeland Chinese Identities in Lynda Chanwai-Earle's Ka Shue/Letters Home". ADS 55 October 2009. 101 - 116.
Ian Gaskell. "Truth, Identity and a Sense of 'Pacificness'". ADS 55 October 2009. 132 - 149.
Ruth Glassey and Ana Welham. "Koorero with Jim Moriarty" ADS 42, April 2003. 57 - 74.
Fiona Graham. "Dramaturge as midwife: the writing process within a New Zealand community theatre project". Journal of Writing in Creative Practice Vol 2, No. 2 2009. 209 - 216.
Hilary Halba. "Creating Images and Telling Stories: Decolonising Performing Arts and Image-Based Research in Aotearoa/New Zealand". About Performance. Issue 9, 2009. 193 - 211.
Hilary Halba. (Review) "Frangipani Perfume by Makerita Urale, Mapaki by Dianna Fuemana, Fresh Off the Boat by Oscar Kightley and Simon Small, and The Songmaker's Chair by Albert Wendt." ADS Issue 49, October 2006. 110 - 112.
Hilary Halba. (Review). "Plays 1: Small Towns and Sea. Horseplay, Flipside, Trick of the Light by Ken Duncum." ADS. Issue 50, April 2007. 211 - 215.
Hilary Halba. (Review) "Awhi Tapu by Albert Belz and The Prophet by Hone Kouka." ADS Issue 51, October 2007. 136.
Hilary Halba. (Review). "And What Remains by Miria George." ADS Issue 52, 2008. 211 - 213.
Hilary Halba. "The Flames of Hope: The Representation of Prophecy in Two New Zealand Plays." ADS 55 October 2009. 44 - 58.
Caroline Harris. "Innocence of Light: A SPac-ific Odyssey - or how to impress Wagner and Appia". Illusions Number 30. Winter 2000. 44 - 51.
Ryan Hartigan. "The SEEyD company's Insalt". Illusions Number 33. Autumn 2002. 30 - 33.
Mark Houlahan."Shakespeare in the Settlers' House". Journal of New Zealand Literature: JNZL. No. 20, Settlement Studies: Special Issue (2002). 112-124
Mark Houlahan. "Hekepia? The mana of the Maori Merchant." In Massai, Sonia (ed) World-wide Shakespeares: Local appropriations in film and performance. London & New York. Routledge. 2005.
Mark Houlahan. "Romeo and Tusi: An Ecelectically Musical Samoan/Maori Romeo and Juliet from Aotearoa/New Zealand." Contemporary Theatre Review. Volume 19 Issue 3 August 2009. 279 - 288.
Jerry C. Jaffe. "Loop/I/-ness in the New Zealand Performance of Identity (or, Id Entity) [A one-act play]. ADS 55 October 2009. 4 - 9.
Veronica Kelly. "The Globalized and the Local: Theatre in Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand Enters the New Millennium". Theatre Research International 26.1 (2001), 1 - 14.
Justin Lewis & Jacob Rajan. "The Indian Ink Story" Indian Ink Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2005, 9 - 24.
Marian McCurdy. "Remake: Parker-Hulme and The Maids Chapter from MA thesis, online at the Free Theatre website. 2007.
Julie McDougall. "The Mutability of History: Troilus and Cressida". Contemporary Theatre Review. Volume 19 Issue 3 August 2009. 331 - 341.
Paul Maunder. "The Rebellious Mirror, Before and after 1984: Community-based theatre in Aotearoa". PhD thesis, University of Canterbury. 2010.
Sharon L. Mazer. "Documenting the Other Others in Bicultural New Zealand". Pedagogy. Fall 2002 2(3). 382-391.
Lyubomir Michele. "Stuart Hoar's The Facemaker at Circa Theatre, Wellington." Illusions Number 34. Winter 2002. 41 - 42.
Marc Maufort. "Weaving Stories: The Plays of Briar Grace-Smith" in Marc Maufort (ed) Transgressive itineraries: Postcolonial Hybridizations of Dramatic Realism. Brussels: P.I.E. Peter Lang 2006. 218 - 231.
Melody Nixon. "Te Rakau: A Mighty Tree is Standing". Illusions Number 39. Winter 2007. 35 - 39.
David O'Donnell. "Criminals and Celebrities: The Inter-generational performance practice of Miranda Harcourt and Stuart McKenzie". Performance Research 9, 3 (Sept) 2004. 116 - 128.
David O'Donnell (Review) "Stray Thoughts and Nose Bleeds by Duncan Sarkies" Playmarket News 23, 2000. 20.
David O'Donnell (Review) "Ta Matou Mangai: Three Plays of the 1990s ed Hone Kouka". New Zealand Books 44, 2000. 5.
David O'Donnell. (Review) "The Collective by Jean Betts at the Gryphon Theatre, Wellington." Illusions Number 35. Winter 2003. 50 - 52.
David O'Donnell (Review) "Baghdad, Baby! by Dean Parker". ADS 51, October 2007. 140 - 142.
David O'Donnell (Review) "Downstage Upfront: The First 40 Years of New Zealand's Longest-Running Professional Theatre by John Smythe". ADS 50, April 2007. 215 - 218.
David O'Donnell. (Review) "The Cape by Vivienne Plumb and The Mall by Thomas Sainsbury." ADS 55 October 2009. 178 - 183.
David O'Donnell. "Kia ora begorrah: performing Irishness in Aotearoa". ADS Issue 43, October 2003. 164 - 173
David O'Donnell. "Issues in PI Women's Theatre: Vula and Frangipani Perfume". Illusions Number 36. Winter 2004. 32 - 35.
David O'Donnell. "The Epic and the Intimate: Directing Albert Speer". Illusions Number 37. Winter 2005. 30 - 33.
David O'Donnell. "Cross-Cultural Shakespeare, Warrior Women and the Eternal Present: directing the Henry VI Trilogy". Illusions Number 41. Winter 2009. 37 - 41.
David O'Donnell. "Politics of Place and Extended Family in Taki Rua Productions' 25th Year: Strange Resting Places and Te Karakia". ADS 55 October 2009. 10 - 29.
David O'Donnell. ""Whakarongo ki te tangi hotuhotu mokemoke e: Listen to the one who cries to be heard." Recent Theatre in Aotearoa/New Zealand." in Albert-Reiner Glaap & Marc Maufort (ads) Keying into Postcolonial Cultures: Contemporary Stage Plays in English. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier 2003. 3 - 22.
David O'Donnell and Bronwyn Tweddle. "Naked Samoans: Pacific Island Voices in the Theatre of Aotearoa New Zealand". Performance Research 8, 1 2003. 51 - 60.
David O'Donnell and Bronwyn Tweddle. "Toa Fraser: Shifting Boundaries in Pacific Island Comedy" ADS 42 April 2003. 123 - 137.
George Parker. "Hatching: Hatch or the Plight of the Penguins and the Search for a Sense of Place in New Zealand Solo Performance." ADS 55 October 2009. 88 - 100.
Annie Ruth. "He Wahine, He Whenua, E Ngaro Ai Te Tangata: By Women and Land are Men Lost: Troilus & Cressida 2003". Illusions Number 38. Winter 2006. 33 - 36.
Simon Small & Oscar Kightley. "Introduction" Fresh Off the Boat Wellington: The Play Press, 2005, i - ix.
Adriann Smith. "Pakehatanga in Performance – Local Bodies Navigating Theatre Space in Aotearoa/New Zealand; with Special Reference to ‘Fishnet’, a Dance Work". Double Dialogues Issue Seven (On Space). Winter 2007.
Adriann Smith. "Home Land or Homeland?: Taking Root in the Land of Aotearoa/New Zealand." ADS 55 October 2009. 59 - 74.
Keren Smith. "Virtual Astonishment. Ada, The Machine's Muse by Under Lili's Balcony". Illusions Number 32. Winter 2001. 31 - 34.
Keren Smith. "The Bald Prima Ballerina and the 'Real Thing': a discussion of Mats Ek's Swan Lake." Illusions Number 34. Winter 2002. 34 - 37.
Claudia Stehr. "Shakespeare as Transcultural Narrative: Te Tangata Whai Rawa o Weniti - The Maori Merchant of Venice." MA thesis. TU Braunschweig (Englisches Seminar. 2006
Bronwyn Tweddle. "Robert Lepage and Far Side of the Moon in Context." Illusions Number 34. Winter 2002. 28 - 33.
Bronwyn Tweddle. "The Clinic's Wild Night American Dream". Illusions Number 33. Autumn 2003. 34 - 36.
Bronwyn Tweddle. "Issues in Physical Theatre: An Examination of Animal Farm and The Overcoat". Illusions Number 36. Winter 2004. 39 - 41.
Bronwyn Tweddle. "The Many Faces of Lulu: A Physical Approach to a Classic Playtext". Illusions Number 37. Winter 2005. 25 - 29.
Bronwyn Tweddle. "Physicality and Empathy in Four From the Festival." Illusions Number 38. Winter 2006. 37 - 41.
Bronwyn Tweddle. "Comparative review of Sarah Gaitanos' Nola Millar - A Theatrical Life [Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2006] and George Webby, Just Who Does He Think He Is? George Webby, That's Who!', Illusions: New Zealand Moving Image and Performance Criticism, 39, 2007. 50-52.
Bronwyn Tweddle. "‘Timespace’ – The Interplay of Material and Imaginative Spaces in a Physical Theatre Production of Heiner Müller’s Quartett." Double Dialogues Issue Seven (On Space). Winter 2007.
Bronwyn Tweddle. "Multilingual Theatre: An Alternative to Translation". in Literary Translation in New Zealand, edited by Jean Anderson and Heather Elder. Wellington, School of Asian and European Languages and Cultures, VUW, 2006). 65-85.
Bronwyn Tweddle. "The Leap Not the Step Part Two: Comparative Reception of a Production of Heiner Müller's Quartett in New Zealand and Europe", Studia Dramatica, 2, 2007. 17-29.
Lisa Warrington. "An Orchard in the House: Chekhov recontextualised at the Globe Theatre". Illusions Number 32. Winter 2001. 35 - 38.
Lisa Warrington. "Comedy and Irreverence: Rewriting Shakespeare in Aotearoa/New Zealand". (Discusses Romeo and Tusi; Ophelia Thinks Harder; Hamlet: He Was a Grave Digger & aspects of Maori/bicultural/Pacific Shakespeare performance. In Norbert Schaffeld (ed.) Shakespeare's Legacy: The Appropriation of the Plays in Post-Colonial Drama.. Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier. 2005. 125 - 140.
Lisa Warrington. "'Look here, upon this picture, and on this': Representations of Hamlet in Aotearoa/New Zealand, 1993 - 2006". Contemporary Theatre Review. Volume 19 Issue 3 August 2009. 305 - 316.
Lisa Warrington. "Playing with Fire. Staging Lines of Fire: a Site-Specific Project." About Performance Local Acts: Site-Based Performance Practice. No. 7. 2007. 133 - 150.
Lisa Warrington. "Landscape, Body, Memory and Belonging in the Plays of Gary Henderson." ADS 55 October 2009. 75 - 87.
Lisa Warrington (Review). "Two Plays: Falemalama and The Packer by Dianna Fuemana and The Daylight Atheist by Tom Scott." ADS 54 April 2009. 204 - 207.
Lisa Warrington. (Review) " Skin Tight, Mo and Jess Kill Suzie and An Unseasonable Fall of Snow by Gary Henderson", Australasian Drama Studies 53, 2008. 220 – 223.
Lisa Warrington (Review) "Nola Millar: a theatrical life and George Webby: Just who does he think he is? A theatrical life", Australasian Drama Studies 51, 2007. 146 – 148.
Lisa Warrington (Review) “Blueprints for Performances”, New Zealand Books 13, issue 4, 2007. 18.
Stuart Young. "A History of Russian Drama on the New Zealand Stage: The First Instalment". New Zealand Slavonic Journal (2001), pp. 157-190, 100, 112, 198, 218, 224, 236, 290.
Stuart Young. "Russian Drama on the New Zealand Stage Part Two: Recent Developments". New Zealand Slavonic Journal, Slavonic Journeys Across Two Hemispheres: Festschrift in honour of Arnold McMillin (2003), pp. 216-230, 28, 54.
Stuart Young. (Review) "The Pickle King, Krishnan's Dairy, The Candlestickmaker by Jacob Rajan, Justin Lewis." Theatre Journal, Vol. 58, No. 3, Hearing Theatre (Oct., 2006). 491-495.
Stuart Young and Mei-Lin Te Puea Hansen. "A Dramatic Hijacking: Arthur Millerising Haruru Mai at the Auckland Theatre Company." ADS 55 October 2009. 30 - 43


2010 - 2015

Stephan Bain. "Don't Give Me the Small Talk, Give me the Big Talk: New Performance Festival, Auckland, February 2012" Illusions 43/44 Spring 2012. 45 -
Keren Chiaroni. "Sweeney Todd in the Pacific: The Trial of the Cannibal Dog". Illusions Number 42. Winter 2010. 33 - 37.
Dick Corballis & Marian McCurdy. "From Attack Towards Absolution: Bruce Mason's Early Plays." ADS Number 60, April 2012. 20 - 32.
John Downie. "Performance Design". Illusions Number 42. Winter 2010. 42 - 45.
Murray Edmond. (Review) "A Kind of Monster: Review of Michelanne Forster's Always My Sister (Holloway Press, 2013) Landfall Review Online. February 2014. (Also in Then It Was Now Again (2014), 236 - 240)
Murray Edmond. "Introduction to Twenty New Zealand Playwrights. In that volume (2013). (Also in Then It Was Now Again (2014), 81 - 86)
Angie Farrow. "Taking Possession: The Making of Community Theatre in the Manawatu". Illusions 43/44 Spring 2012. 35 - 37.
Fotheringham, R, Rachel Forgasz, Laura Ginters, Mary Ann Hunter and Lisa Warrington (2012). “ADSA at Thirty: Three Decades of Australasian Drama, Theatre, Performance and Scholarly Research”. Australasian Drama Studies, 58, 2012. 6 – 19.
Paloma Fresno-Calleja. "Playing (with) stereotypes in postcolonial Pacific Theatre". Journal of Commonwealth Literature 45 2010. 265 - 277.
Hilary Halba. "Performing Identity: Teaching Bicultural Theatre in Aotearoa." ADS Number 57, October 2010. 22 - 37
Hilary Halba. "The Flames of Hope: The Representation of Prophecy in Two New Zealand Plays". ADS Issue 57. 2010. 22 - 37.
Hilary Halba. (Review) "Number Two and Bare by Toa Fraser". ADS Issue 53, October 2010. 217.
Hilary Halba (Review) "Haruru Mai by Briar Grace-Smith and Strange Resting Places by Paolo Rotondo and Rob Makaraka". ADS 62 April 2013. 206 - 208.
Hilary Halba. "Robert Lord's New York: Big and Small, Notes on Life and Art". ADS Number 60, April 2012. 33 - 41.
Hilary Halba. "Cleansing the Tapu. Nature, Landscape and Transformation in Three Works by Māori Playwrights". in BIrgit Dawes and Marc Maufort (ads) Enacting Nature: Ecocritical Perspectives on Indigenous Performance Brussels: P.I.E. Peter Lang. 2014. 219 - 234.
Hilary Halba & Rua McCallum. "Tu Taha, Tu Kaha: Transcultural Dialogues." ADS Number 59, October 2011. 69 - 87.
Hilary Halba (Review). "Don't Mention Casablanca by Michelanne Forster". ADS 66 April 2015. 287 - 291.
Rand Hazou. (Review) "Paul Maunder, Rebellious Mirrors: Community-Based Theatre in Aotearoa/New Zealand" ADS 64 April 2014. 351 - 356.
Nicola Hyland (Review) "Remaking Pacific Pasts: History, Memory and Identity in Contemporary Theater from Oceania, by Diana Looser". ADS67 October 2015. 176 - 180.
Nicola Hyland. "'Kind of Like an Evil Version of Our Accent': Imagining National Identity in Performances of Trans-Tasman Rivalry". ADS 62 April 2013. 55 - 67.
Nicola Hyland (Review). "Enacting Nature: Critical Perspectives on Indigenous Performance edited by Birgit Dawes and Marc Maufort". ADS 65 October 2014. 316 - 320.
Nicola Hyland. "Beyoncé’s Response (eh?): Feeling the Ihi of Spontaneous Haka Performance in Aotearoa/New Zealand". TDR/The Drama Review Vol 59, Issue 1. 67-82.
NIcola Hyland. "Unsettling Blanket Man: The ‘Ecological Māori’ as a Pākeha Play-Thing". Theatre Research International Vol 40, Issue 1 March 2015. 4 - 18.
Suzanne Little. "Creating the Reflective Student-Practitioner". ADS Number 57, October 2010. 38 - 53
Suzanne Little. "In and Out of Tune with Reality." Double Dialogues. Issue 14, Summer 2011.
Suzanne Little. "Aotearoa/New Zealand and Practice as Research". In (reference to be completed)
Suzanne Little. "Practice and performance as research in the arts." In D. Bendrups & G. Downes (Eds.), Dunedin soundings: Place and performance Dunedin, New Zealand: Otago University Press. 2011. 19 - 28.
Suzanne Little. "Re-presenting the traumatic real: Douglas Wright's Black Milk". In A. Kolb (Ed.), Dance and politics Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang. 2011. 233 - 254.
Rua McCallum. "Maori Performance: Marae Liminal Space and Transformation." ADS Number 59, October 2011. 88 - 103.
Howard McNaughton. "The Recent Political Drama of Dean Parker". ADS Number 58, April 2011. 148 - 162.
Sharon Matthews. "The Archetypal Character as 'Transformational Object' in James K. Baxter's The Devil and Mr Mulcahy". Journal of New Zealand Literature (JNZL) No 31, 2013. 107 - 129.
Sharon Mazer. "'Ethnographer, Tourist, Cannibal': Telling the Self, Splitting the Self". ADS Number 59, October 2011. 104 - 120.
Sharon Mazer, Victor Rodger, Simon Troon, Ryan Reynolds, A Different Light, Emma Willis & George Parker. "Reflections on Theatre and Performance in the (post-) Earthquake Zone". ADS 62 April 2013. 68 - 89.
Sharon Mazer. "Skirting Burlesque". ADS 63 October 2013. 24 - 32.
David O'Donnell. (Review) "Biography of My Skin … directed by Tim Spite" Illusions 42 Winter 2010. 43 - 44.
David O'Donnell. (Review) "Kikia te Poa by Matthew Saville and Bloomsbury Women & Wild Colonial Girl by Lorae Parry." ADS Number 58, April 2011. 255 - 260.
David O'Donnell. (Review) "Midnight in Moscow by Dean Parker." ADS Number 60, April 2012. 232 - 234.
David O'Donnell. "Ghosts and Visions: The Community Theatre Practice of Angie Farrow". Illusions 43/44 Spring 2012. 29 - 34
David O'Donnell (Review). "Plays 2: London Calling by Ken Duncum." ADS 63 October 2013. 141 - 144.
David O'Donnell (Review). Rebellious Mirrors: Community-based Theatre in Aotearoa/New Zealand, by Paul Maunder. Landfall Review Online. February 2014.
David O'Donnell. (Review) "Greg McGee, Me and Robert McKee". ADS 64 April 2014. 357 - 362.
David O'Donnell. (Review) "Michelanne Forster and Vivienne Plumb, Twenty New Zealand Playwrights". ADS 64 April 2014. 366 - 371.
David O'Donnell. "Quoting the "Other": Intertextuality and Indigeneity in Pacific Theatre". In Marc Maufort & Dorothy Figueira (eds) Theatres in the Round: Multi-ethnic, Indigenous and Intertextual Dialogues in Drama. Brussels: Peter Lang. 2011
David O'Donnell.
"Re-Visiting Roger Hall's Share Market Comedies". Double Dialogues. Issue 14, Summer 2011.
David O'Donnell & Lisa Warrington. "Teaching the Unteachable: A Dialogue in Director Training." ADS Number 57, October 2010. 129 - 147.
David O'Donnell & Lisa Warrington. "Unfolding the Cloth. Patterns of Landscape and Identity in The Conch's Masi." in BIrgit Dawes and Marc Maufort (eds) Enacting Nature: Ecocritical Perspectives on Indigenous Performance Brussels: P.I.E. Peter Lang. 2014. 199 - 218.
Lisa Warrington. "A Bit of Water and Elbow Grease: Cleaning as a Motif in New Zealand Drama." ADS Number 58, April 2011. 163 - 177.
Lisa Warrington. "Performance as palimpsest: Leaving a trace memory in site-specific performance." in Glen McGillivray (ed.) Scrapbooks, Snapshots and Memorabilia: Hidden Archives of Performance. Brussels. Peter Lang. 2011. 207 - 228.
Lisa Warrington. (Review) "No. 8 Wire: 8 Plays/8 Decades, edited by David O'Donnell." ADS Number 60, April 2012. 235 - 238.
Lisa Warrington (Review). "Urbanesia: Four Pasifika Plays by Kightley, Fane and Lees, Manusaute, Rodger and Sina Meredith, ed. David O'Donnell". ADS 62 April 2013. 209 - 212.
Lisa Warrington. “Archiving New Zealand theatre: TADB, the Theatre Aotearoa Database”. Australasian Drama Studies, 60, 2012. 223 – 228.
Lisa Warrington. "We Are Amused: Theatre Comes to Dunedin, December 1861 - April 1862". ADS 62 April 2013. 41 - 54.
Lisa Warrington. "Generally Regarded with a Lenient Eye": Amateur Theatre in Dunedin, 1862-1868”. Journal of New Zealand Studies, No. 15. 2013. Special Issue: Considering Performance in Colonial Culture. View here
Lisa Warrington (Review) “Theatre for life”. Review of Paul Maunder’s Rebellious Mirrors and Twenty Interviews with NZ Playwrights, ed. Michelanne Forster and Vivienne Plumb. New Zealand Books Volume 24 (1), 2014. 16.
Lisa Warrington. “Creating the Future: the state of the play in the tertiary sector”. Playmarket 48, 2013. 24 – 25.
Lisa Warrington (Review) " Downfall: Three New Zealand History Plays by Michelanne Forster, and Playmarket 40: 40 Years of Playwriting in New Zealand edited by Laurie Atkinson and David O'Donnell". ADS 64 April 2014. 346 - 351.
Lisa Warrington. "Acting the Moor: Critical response to performances of Othello in Australia and New Zealand 1834-1866". Australian Studies 6, Series 2, 2014. 1 - 21.
Emma Willis. (Review) "Philip Mann (Ed), Three Plays: Robert Lord". ADS 64 April 2014. 362 - 366.
Emma Willis. "A Thousand Hills: Responding to the Ethical Nightmare". ADS 66 April 2015. 131 - 154.
Emma Willis (Review) "Falling and other Short Plays by Angie Farrow". ADS 66 April 2015. 291 - 296.
Emma Willis. "Enter Here: Emergent Dramaturgies and the Civic Role of an Arts Festival". Illusions 43/44 Spring 2012. 38 - 44
Stuart Young (Review). "Then It Was Now Again: Selected Critical Writings by Murray Edmond. ADS 66 April 2015. 296 - 301.

2016 - onwards

Murray Edmond. "Not Much to Do Besides Watch Each Other's Lives Unfold: Playwriting 1975-2000 in Aotearoa". Journal of New Zealand Literature (JNZL) No 34, 2, 2016. 149 - 170.
Hilary Halba. "Stanislavsky in Aotearoa: The System Experienced through the Māori World" in Jonathan Pitches and Stefan Aquilina (eds) Stanislavsky in the World: The System and its Transformations Across Continents. London: Bloomsbury. 367 - 392.
Rand Hazou. "Real Men at Play: Massive Company's The Brave" ADS 68 April 2016. 97 - 117.
Nicola Hyland. "Young, Gifted, and Brown: the Liberation of Oceanic Youth in The Beautiful Ones" New Theatre Quarterly Vol 32, Issue 4, November 2016. 333 - 346.
Nicola Hyland (Review). Here/Now: 8 Plays by Award-Winning NZ Playwrights ed. David O'Donnell. ADS 69 October 2016. 192 - 197.
Sharon Mazer (Review). "Remaking Pacific Pasts: History, memory and Identity in Contemporary Theater from Oceania by Diana Looser". ADS 69 October 2016. 180 - 185.
Kerryn Palmer (Review). "Children of the Poor by Mervyn Thompson and Stage Adventures: Eight Classroom Plays ed. David O'Donnell". ADS 68 April 2016. 213 - 217.
Adriann Smith. "Performing Emotion to Remember a Pākehā Worldview". ADS 70 April 2017. 113 - 134.
Lisa Warrington (Review). "Best Playwriting Book Ever by Roger Hall; Shift - plays by Alison Quigan (Mum's Choir), Vivienne Plumb (The Wife Who Spoke Japanese In Her Sleep), & Lynda Chanwai-Earle (Man in a Suitcase). ADS 70 April 2017. 221 - 225.
James Wenley (Review) "John Smythe, The Plays of Bruce Mason: A Survey". ADS 68 April 2016. 218 - 222
James Wenley. "Reclaiming a landmark New Zealand play: The Tree by Stella Jones (1957)". Journal of New Zealand Literature (JNZL) No. 34, 1, 2106. 174 - 189.
Emma Willis (Review). "Angie Farrow, Despatch" ADS 69 October 2016. 202 - 205.
Emma Willis. "'A Rare Opportunity to Fail': STAB's Legacy of theatrical Experimentation". ADS 70 April 2017. 86 - 112.
Janet Wilson. "‘Colonize. Pioneer. Bash and slash’: Once on Chunuk Bair and the Anzac Myth". Journal of New Zealand Literature (JNZL) No 34, 1, 2016. 27 - 53.


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