School Shows

At Indian Ink, we want to introduce Rangatahi/Youth to the performing arts through creating and touring original New Zealand Indian productions. We believe the theatre is a place for Rangatahi to come together and explore what it means to live in this time and space.

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Next Gen – Youth Programme

Next Gen is for a community of young people aged 18-29 who either want careers in theatre or who simply love the artform and want to hang out with a theatre company to see how it all works!

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Indian Ink offers mask, puppetry and performance workshops for students of all ages and experience.

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Internships & Secondments

Indian Ink is uniquely placed to offer high quality mentorship and training to those who are eager to develop a career in the performing arts.

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Equal Access Tickets

Indian Ink supports equal access to the arts. We have a range of Equal Access ticket options available to recognize the economic barriers many folks are facing. Theatre should be for everyone.

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Making of Dirty Work

The show might be over (for now) but we’ll always have the memories…

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Dirty Work Trailer

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Two women sing holding folders of music in front of them, with more singers in the background on stage of the Dirty Work set.

Dirty Work: Singing in praise of the unsung hero

“It holds a mirror up to ourselves and gives a message we don’t often think about enough,” Rao says.

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