We love engaging with communities, telling stories, sharing our craft and spreading our message of enlightenment.
Wherever possible, we schedule these as part of our national tours, offering student tickets at a special reduced price. We also provide an education pack to ensure students have a better understanding of what they are about to see, in advance of attending a performance.
Looking for an utterly satisfying, uniquely personal arts experience?
We have just the ticket! A private performance of the internationally acclaimed, award-winning production Guru of Chai.
Jacob Rajan (MNZM) brings new meaning to the phrase up-close-and-personal by providing a humorous, entertaining and inspiring experience that is so delightful and unique, neither you nor your discerning guests will ever forget it.
What do I get?
We’ll bring the lighting, set, costumes and props to your selected venue (e.g. home or office) to create a truly magical occasion for your invited audience. There is no limit to the number of guests you can invite – as long as there’s enough space for them and the performers. The Artists are Arts Laureate Jacob Rajan and talented young musician Adam Ogle, supported by our stage manager who will ensure that all technical and production elements happen without a hiccup. The performance lasts 80 minutes and as an added bonus, if you wish it, Jacob is happy to chat with your guests after the show.
Indian Ink was founded on a passion for performing with mask, and that shines through in our workshops!
We deliver these all over the world, introducing people to our unique style. From acting for complete beginners, to the art of audition, to acting at the level of mask and performance technique for industry professionals.
Our workshops are led by the experienced performers who bring our shows to life each night on stage, so not only do you get to have a go yourself, you get to learn from the people who know our work best.
“I popped a mask on my face and that shy person was gone and this new being was born, and I loved it” Jacob Rajan
“The content was well planned, structured, and powerful. And the delivery of the content was done so beautifully with a lot of heart, play, humor, genuine happiness, and inspiration. One of my favorite parts of my job is getting to experience so many workshops and professional development sessions in theatre arts, and these 2 workshops by Indian Ink were truly some of my personal favorites” Amberlee Joers, Seattle Theatre Group
Marketing Internship 2022
Love theatre or the arts? Keen for work experience?
We’re looking for an enthusiastic intern to support our Marketing team, particularly in the area of digital content creation.
- are a graduate or student of film studies or communications or are simply a whizz at creating, filming and editing moving imagery,
- have the ability to manage a varied workload,
- have a high level of computer literacy – including MS Office Suite,
- have good written and verbal communication skills, and
- love working in a fun and friendly environment …
… this is for you!
It’ll average around 5 hours per week for an agreed fixed term, starting as soon as possible. It’s unpaid, but as past interns will attest, can morph to a paid contractor role. We’ll also provide you with a quality work experience, creative opportunities and once the internship’s over, a reference (or summary of work undertaken).
Pending available hours, activity could include:
- supporting the 2022 marketing campaigns eg: brainstorming ideas, content creation and implementation, analytics
- Website updating
- CRM Management: Updating leads and contacts, tidying existing materials, and supporting content needs for newsletters
Indian Ink is one of New Zealand’s most successful theatre companies, sharing a love of mask and storytelling with people around New Zealand, and internationally. For the past 25 years, company creators Jacob Rajan and Justin Lewis have pursued their idea of the ‘Serious Laugh’- opening mouths with laughter in order to slip something serious in. Critically acclaimed for their use of live music, heightened theatricality, humour, pathos and great storytelling, their plays blend western theatrical traditions with eastern flavours.
To apply, please email firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday 1 February, including your CV and answer to the question “why would you like to be Indian Ink’s next intern?”.
Join us in creating and presenting amazing theatre that leaves an indelible imprint on people’s hearts across Aotearoa and the globe!