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Drama New Zealand is the national body that represents and advocates on behalf of drama teachers, academics,
applied theatre workers and theatre in education practitioners at national and international  forums and in education policy-making.

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Akld Branch AGM

Auckland Branch AGM Find attached the notice of the DNZ AKLD Branch AGM to be held after the Digi-fy Workshop 12th August 2015 7.30pm

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Term 2 2015 Drama NZ Newsletter

Click here for our first members newsletter Drama NZ Term 2 Member Newsletter

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: New Zealand Journal of Research in Performing Arts and Education 2015

Call for Submissions Drama New Zealand and The University of Canterbury welcome submissions for the 6th issue of the New Zealand Journal of Research in Performing Arts and Education. This journal welcomes reports of research and scholarly discussions within the broad field of performing arts and education.  It aims to be accessible and useful to both academic […]

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New members welcome from primary, secondary, tertiary, youth theatre and theatre in education sectors.

For an annual fee, full membership gives you:

- access to regional professional development and networking

- exclusive access to the Drama New Zealand Resource Bank

- access to our Annual National Drama New Zealand Conference

- access to Drama New Zealand affiliated conferences and publications

- access to our own Drama New Zealand publications.

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