Hamish McIntosh reviews Muscle Mouth's 'As It Stands' at the 2019 Auckland Arts Festival. "Theatrical without being sanguine; stirring without being indulgent, As It Stands asks questions we hesitate to pose as they compromise the ordered facade by which we navigate life." Keep Reading
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Hamish McIntosh reviews 'Movement. A Manifestio' performed by students of the NZ School of Dance at the 2018 Tempo Dance Festival."Movement. A Manifesto lulls and astounds like a benign dream..." Keep Reading
Hamish McIntosh reviews the new work 'Iron Eyes' by Jang Huddle. "Based in part on Jang’s grandmother’s story of escape from North Korea to South Korea, this work orbits the visceral narratives of the Korean conflict whilst offering further critique of authority and subversion." Keep Reading
Hamish McIntosh reviews Holly Newsome's latest work, 'Missing Lids'. "... Missing Lids is a stark commentary on what normal means, particularly for women, and whether it should be that way." 'Missing Lids' is the product to come out of the 2018 Wellesley Studios Summer Residency. Keep Reading