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Jul 11, 2017

Arts and theatre professionals Jo Randerson, artistic director of Barbarian Productions and Heather O’Carroll, Programme Manager of BATS Theatre are deeply involved with the experience economy, and mitigating risks in precarious professions.

This tightly edited conversation offers insight to their work and prodigious outputs, and is neatly timed for the imminent launch of current projects. Go support their work, be entertained and have all the thoughts provoked:

Hutt Winter Festival

Soft N Hard 

Young and Hungry Festival at BATS Theatre

Show notes:

Young and Hungry Arts Trust – NZ Youth Theatre – Empowering young people through mentoring to appreciate, create and participate in New Zealand Theatre

BATS Theatre: Home 

Home - Toi Whakaari: New Zealand Drama School

Toi Whakaari - Wikipedia

Royal Shakespeare Company | RSC

'The artist is the original precariat': Jo Randerson, Tom LaHood and the barbarians coming for Wellington performance

Sydney Theatre: Home

The Inland Road (2017)

Home: WWGSD - Women Who Get Sh*t Done

Victoria University: Masters in Creative Practice

The Vogelmorn Bowling Club


Refreshments: Aotea Made Tonics

#1: Aotea Kumarahou and Ginger

#2: Aotea Kawakawa and Peppermint


Jo Randerson: Barbarian Productions website

Heather O'Carroll: BATS Theatre website Twitter @BATS_Theatre | Instagram @bats_theatre

Jen O'Sullivan: website | Twitter | Instagram

David Binstead: Twitter

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Bribing innovators, creatives +social enterprisers (usually with beer) every fortnight from Wellington, Aotearoa/New Zealand. Since August 2015.

twice: two weeks in creative endeavour #48: Old Peoples Homes For Opera Singers | Produced, edited, co-hosted and published by David Binstead, with guest co-hosts. ©43words/David Binstead 2017