The 2021 junior education tour for the National Theatre for Children is well underway with the completion of the first part of the tour. The second part of the tour kicks off in the Wellington...Read More
One of the rewarding aspects of working at Capital E is hearing from our audiences about how their experiences with us have impacted their lives. Capital E’s educators are frequently the lucky...Read More
An event was held for the Theatre for Young Audiences sector hosted by Capital E National Theatre for Children and Circa Theatre, in collaboration with Performing Arts for Young People Aotearoa...Read More
Dom is soon to graduate from Victoria University with a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre and Film, with a minor in NZSL. Recently, he performed in LEGEND, and toured the play Too Much Punch for Judy...Read More
Mia Alonso-Green is a Wellington based performer who graduated with a performing arts degree from Te Auaha New Zealand School of Creativity. She has recently come back from the UK but delved...Read More
Words by Kristen Rowe, OnTV Coordinator at Capital E.
So why is creativity such a great thing to indulge in, especially during an OnTV session?
As author Kurt Vonnegut says, “To practice any...Read More