Found in 45 Collections and/or Records:
New Zealand Ballet 30th Anniversary Celebration., [1983?]-10-01/[1983?]-10-29
Poster advertsing a series of anniversary celebration performances by the New Zealand Ballet. Includes a black & white watercolour drawing of a man and a woman dancing. Also including the texts: 'St James Theatre, Wellington, 1st-12th October - Bookings, Regent Centre. His Majestys Theatre, Auckland 18th-29th October - Bookings, The Corner. National Sponsor - Brierley Investments Limited.' Also includes the name: 'F Markham .R'.
On The Move, University Memorial Theatre, one performance only. Wed. April 14. 8pm., [19__]-04-14
Poster advertising a Wellington performance by New Zealand dance company On The Move. Includes a black & white photograph of a man sprinting. Also includes the texts: '...The most stimulating of contemporary dance, "On The Move" have what it takes....Evening Post. Book at State Opera House.'
Paul Jenden, Louis Solino in Modern Dance: an evening of "the finest combination of dance and drama" at the Depot, Feb. 10-13 at 8.30pm., [19??]-02-10/[19??]-02-13
Poster advertising a series of performances by New Zealand dancers Paul Jenden and Louis Solino. Includes a cartoon-style drawing of a woman and a jester. Also includes the text: 'With the support of the Queen Elizabeth II Arts Council and Radio Windy'.
Paul Jenden's Public Figures...and other dances., -04-11/-04-14
Poster advertising a series of performances at Victoria University of Public Figures by an American dance company. Includes a black & white photograph two men in tuxedos and a woman. Also includes the texts: 'Memorial Theatre, Victoria University, April 11-14, 8pm. Tickets $6.50; $4.50. Book State Opera House. With assistance of the Q.E.II Arts Council of New Zealand. Photograph: Victoria Ginn'.
San Francisco's Enroute Dance Company., [19??]-06-23/[19??]-06-24
Poster advertising two Wellington performances by San Francisco dance company Enroute. Includes a drawing of a woman dancing. Also includes the texts: 'VUW Memorial Theatre. June 23, 24. 8pm. Book: Opera House. $3, $2'.
Six months Service presents....a dance piece: One moment., [19??]-07-29/[19??]-08-16
Stewart Macpherson's Stetson Productions proudly presents Margie Gillis., [19??]-03-23/[19??]-03-31
Te Kani Kani o te Rangatahi, Concrete Tent: Depot Theatre 8.00p.m. 4-7 December 1986., 1986-12-04/1986-12-07
Poster advertising a series of Wellington performances by New Zealand dance company Te Kanikani o te Rangatahi. Includes a drawing of sky-scrapers and a man with three faces. Also includes the texts: 'Alpha Street Wellington. Phone bookings 844-531. Wellington Media Collective. Art Hole. Blue Funk'.
Te Kanikani o Te Rangatahi and O-Wiffa-D presents Concrete Tent at the Depot Theatre Dec 4th-7th, 8pm., -12-04/-12-07
Poster advertising a series of performances by New Zealand youth dance company Te Kanikani o te Rangatahi. Includes a red & white woodblock style print of various people and buildings. Also includes the text: '$6 unwaged, $12 waged.'
Te Kanikani o te Rangatahi: Concrete Tent, Little Maidment 25th-28th Sept., -09-25/-09-28
Poster advertising a series of performances by New Zealand youth dance company Te Kanikani o te Rangatahi. Includes 4 black & white photographs of man on a couch in a derelict building. Also includes a woocut style print of a city scape. Also includes the texts: 'Te Kanikani o te Rangatahi, Live Music Visuals. Thanks to QEII Arts Council'.
Te Kanikani O Te Rangatahi: Concrete Tent, Little Maidment Theatre, 1985
Te Kanikani o te Rangatahi : Maori Youth in Dance National Tour 1985., 1985-04-13/1985-05-10
Te Kanikani o te Rangatahi : Maori Youth in Dance National Tour 1985. Side 2 (back of poster)
Te Ohu Whakaari - Young Maoris in performance: National tour '84., 1984
Poster advertising Te Ohu Whakaari tour in 1984. Includes black & white drawing of a dancer. Also includes the texts: 'With the assistance of Budget Van Rentals and the QEII Arts Council. "The Proud emerging face of the young Maori" (Auckland star)'.
Women's Dance...with...Dead Famous People and...Emma Peel, Fri 3rd July 8pm Coffee Lounge., -07-03
Poster advertising a women's dance featuring New Zealand musicians Dead Famous People and Emma Peel. Includes a drawing of a desert with a cut-out green & white photograph of two women with guns and large hats superimposed on the drawing.