New Zealand Plays

Lots of New Zealand writers who are part of the Guest of Honour programme of the Frankfurt Book Fair 2012 have written plays, including Joy Cowley, Carl Nixon, Witi Ihimaera and Anthony McCarten. This collection is for beautiful posters and book covers of plays by New Zealand playwrights.
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The End of the Golden Weather by Bruce Mason, Theatre Corporate.

The End of the Golden Weather by Bruce Mason, Theatre Corporate.

Woman Far Walking by Witi Imimaera, published by Huia Publishers.

Woman Far Walking by Witi Imimaera, published by Huia Publishers.

Two Plays: Dianna Fuemana | Playmarket 2008

Two Plays: Dianna Fuemana | Playmarket 2008

Mervyn Thompson on the cover of the script of Coaltown blues (click for image credit)

Mervyn Thompson on the cover of the script of Coaltown blues (click for image credit)

This poster advertises The curative, a play based on a novel by Christchurch writer Charlotte Randall. The Court Theatre was founded in 1971, one of a number of professional theatre companies formed in New Zealand around that time.

This poster advertises The curative, a play based on a novel by Christchurch writer Charlotte Randall. The Court Theatre was founded in 1971, one of a number of professional theatre companies formed in New Zealand around that time.

Two Plays: Sarah Delahunty | Playmarket 2009

Two Plays: Sarah Delahunty | Playmarket 2009

Double Beat by Stuart McKenzie. Downstage Theatre poster.

Double Beat by Stuart McKenzie. Downstage Theatre poster.

Oracles and Miracles by Stevan Eldred-Grigg. Adapted for the stage by Norelle Scott.

Oracles and Miracles by Stevan Eldred-Grigg. Adapted for the stage by Norelle Scott.

Since its launch in 2007, PLAYMARKET’s New Zealand Play Series has published thirteen volumes of major works for the stage, yet New Zealand theatres have produced many significant plays that remain unpublished. The New Zealand Play Series seeks to ensure that many of these important theatrical works reach the readership and further audiences they deserve.

Since its launch in 2007, PLAYMARKET’s New Zealand Play Series has published thirteen volumes of major works for the stage, yet New Zealand theatres have produced many significant plays that remain unpublished. The New Zealand Play Series seeks to ensure that many of these important theatrical works reach the readership and further audiences they deserve.

No. 8 WIRE | Playmarket 2011

No. 8 WIRE | Playmarket 2011

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