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KR Actors' News

My Dream Green Home

Our talented, gorgeous and hilarious Rhiannon McCall is the host of the new sustainable DIY reality series My Dream Green Home.

Rhiannon and her Green Team help everyday Kiwis transform their homes and lives to become more sustainable, sharing tips and tricks we can all use for a better future.

Check it out on Wednesday nights at 7:30pm on TVNZ1, or stream anytime on TVNZ+.

Honouring a Screen Legend

We couldn't be more proud to see GINETTE MCDONALD's decades long career honoured and archived by NZ On Screen.

Check out The Ginette McDonald Collection HERE.

Winning at WIFT

Congratulations to the fantastic Marianne Infante on her recognition at last weeks WIFT Awards 2024! She was awarded with the following:

SAE Award for Outstanding Newcomer
Presented to Marianne Infante for excellence in performance and advocating for minority voices to be recognised on stage and screen.

As a constant champion of others, it's marvellous to see her acknowledged for her work on and off the stage and screen!

"Representation on Screen in Aotearoa"

Mustaq plays an important figure on and off screen.

"If you look at Uncle Faizan's character arc, his function in the show is slightly comedic and offers a different perspective to the younger people," says Mustaq. "He represents - in a heightened way - the views of the people of his generation which are still extremely important. But younger generations will often challenge that. This is a good thing. Every generation should be better than the one that preceded it."

- Viva Magazine

Miles From Nowhere

Miles From Nowhere is now streaming on NEON

A huge congratulations to KR Actors Mustaq Missouri, Ahmed Youssef, Richard Lambeth, Claire Dougan and Stuart Shacklock. It's always a pleasure to see you on the small screen.

The Boy, The Queen and Everything in Between

We couldn't get through Pride Month without shouting out this beautiful, unique and hilarious show.

The Boy, The Queen and Everything in Between is a groundbreaking piece of television in Aotearoa. It's perfectly cast, well acted and and absolute joy to watch. Check it out on TVNZ+ and support this queer kaupapa.

Special mention, of course, to Stephen Lovatt's beautiful work on this show. It can't be overstated enough how important it is to see positive representations of parents of transgender children in NZ.

Fingers cross for season 2!

Bruce Mason Award

A big mihi to our wonderful actor Tainui Tukiwaho (Te Arawa, Tūhoe) who took home the Bruce Mason Playwriting Award at the end of 2023.

His latest play The Sun and the Wind was acclaimed on premiere in Wellington last year and appears shortly as part of Auckland Arts Festival 2024.

Here is is with his son Te Rongopai accepting the award!

Wellington Theatre Awards

The Wellington Theatre Awards took place last night and there was a heavy KRA presence in the nominations this year.

Massive congratulations to Finley Hughes who took out the Most Promising Newcomer award!

The rest of our KRA whānau who were nominated are as follows:

Sean Rivera - New Playwright of the Year

Tuakoi Ohia - New Playwright of the Year

Tainui Tukiwaho - New Aotearoa Play & Actor of the Year / Outstanding Performance

Lauren Gibson - Actor of the Year / Outstanding Performance

Amber Curreen - Director of the Year

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