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Disruptors 4: The quiet persistence of theatre life in lockdown

Disruptors 4: The quiet persistence of theatre life in lockdown

In this special fourth episode of Disruptors, recorded in the depths of lockdown, four theatre practitioners reflect on what happens when the disruption in their work comes from the external force of a global pandemic.  Calling in from their respective safeholds are industry leader and man of many creative hats Ahi Karunaharan, dance theatre artist Amber Liberté and fire cracker producers Alice Kirker and Elyssia Wilson-Heti. Listen into their discussion of lost artworks, slowing down and busting the myth of needing to be busy. “What is the conversation that the world wants to have now as we come out?,” asks Ahi.  Disruptors is a podcast series where creatives in Aotearoa talk about how they disrupt with their art, produced by Basement Theatre.

Duration: 38 min

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