Writing projects and commissions
Currently compiling NZ dance performance calendar. This will be regularly updated with new listings and will have links to published reviews as these become available. January-March 2020; April-June (online performances known as Covid-19 Online Festival); July – September (indeed there are going to be live performances here!)
Published/commissioned reviews will be listed here.
Review: Cold Blood – 11-14 March, ASB Waterfront Theatre, Auckland Arts Festival. Published in NZ Herald (paywalled) – read the review.
Review: Snow White, Ballet Preljocaj, 11-15 March, Aotea Centre, Auckland Arts Festival. Published in NZ Herald (paywalled) – read the review.
Review: This Fragile Planet at Auckland Town Hall, and I KnowWhat I’m Doing at Q Loft. Read these reviews (NZ Herald, paywalled)
Review: EMERALD – flamenco theatre at Q Loft and TAPAC – read the review (NZ Herald, paywalled)
Regular issues of PubSource which I compile can be read on the Coko Foundation website [NB new issues are currently paused]
Editing projects and commissions
Book Sprints Limited – our project dates forhave been greatly affected by Covid-19 lockdowns around the world. 90% of our already confirmed Sprints were postponed pending new dates later in the year. Some are going ahead during lockdown/quarantine periods on a fully virtual basis with extended time frames.
I am providing copy editing and proofreading services for the following projects :
* Library of Congress project (during October)
* Cloud networking/troubleshooting project (during September)
* Hewlett Packard project ( during August)
* Red Hat Digital Transformation (during July)
* Red Hat OpenShift Security (completed during April with book & ebook sold on amazon.com)
* Technische Universität Berlin, exploring support for strategic and innovative campus development (completed during March.)
Theatreview Trust – we ctinued working throughout Lockdown in New Zealand, keeping our writers informed about online performance viewing opportunities and encouraging them to respond on the website.