Our Sunday rehearsals are open to the public!
One of our goals this year is to continue to provide creative and expressive space for everyone in the community and thanks to the continued sponsorship of The Onehunga Community House, we are gong to be able to do just that. Over the next few weeks we will hold open rehearsals for our latest project, (on) WHATIPU. These rehearsals are for anyone who would like to stretch their creative muscles with us during out warm up section of each rehearsal and/or are interested in picking up some devising/directing tools for their own creative projects or might just be interested in observing how a new work comes together.
These rehearsals will be led by experienced Navi members (Dawn Glover and Nicci Reuben) who have a heart and love for devising theatre.
Again these sessions are open to anyone and everyone to learn and participate at no charge. If you have any questions please follow the link below.
When asked for why the Arts should be given support we often say because “art is essential.”
This statement is true and it doesn’t require much research to prove that art is an important and integral part of human existence. However, many would argue that there are many things that they would put on their “basic needs list” above art.
With this in mind Navi has made it a goal to not only be a part of our communities through creation and performance but also through serving and giving back. With each theatrical performance we have done thus far we have partnered with an important community group and we plan to continue that trend. So far through our shows we have donated funds to The Grief Centre, The Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand, St. Johns, and Blue September.
Our Schools Projects are another way that we try and give back. We offer not for profit devising workshops to lower decile schools in and around Auckland. So far we have been at Tangaroa College and Rosehill College working with their year 12 and 13 drama students. We have been blessed to collaborate with other Auckland based creative groups and actors at these events and we are looking forward to our next opportunity to work with our communities' youth. If you are a teacher or director and would like to hear more about our workshops please get in touch.