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The Wolves: New Voices In The Locker Room

What do teenage girls really talk about in the locker room? Kate Prior on Silo Theatre’s latest production, The Wolves.


What happened at Silo Theatre when live performance met the year 2020.


Hudson & Halls, Histories Intertwined

As part of Silo Theatre's world premiere season of 'Hudson & Halls Live!', we look back on the lives of Peter Hudson and David Halls, two iconic TV personalities from the 80s whose lives were inextricably intertwined.


Sam Brooks on how a German absurdist comedy unravels our unstable relationship to change, and reveals more about the New Zealand psyche than we realise.


What things are worth living for? Waveney Russ ponders this question in this review of Every Brilliant Thing at Silo Theatre.


Alice Snedden takes a behind-the-scenes look at Silo Theatre’s cheeky and triumphant newest work, Break Bread, in a roundtable with Sophie Roberts, Alice Canton, Freya Finch and Leon Wadham.


When It All Falls Down in the Twittersphere

Makanaka Tuwe takes a look at seven methods of killing kylie jenner, Silo Theatre’s latest offering about the nature of friendship, colourism and cultural appropriation.


Kitty Wasasala delves into Silo Theatre’s upcoming show The Writer, which speaks to sex, power and theatre in our culture today.


Jean Sergent responds to Silo Theatre’s new work The Writer, and shares a personal reflection of her tenure in the theatre.



Asian art is having a moment in Aotearoa. Nathan Joe unpacks the complexities in the production of representation through The First Prime-Time Asian Sitcom, by Silo Theatre.


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