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Bruce Brown

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Bruce is a graduate of Unitec’s Performing Arts Bachelor programme. He’s been involved as both a writer and director with Short+Sweet Auckland and has directed several productions with Ellerslie Theatre, including Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale (2012), April Phillips’ Motel (2014), Terry Johnson’s The Graduate (2016) and Jonathan Harvey’s Beautiful Thing (2018). He premiered his first solo Basement Theatre show Hook-Up Boys in 2016 to sell-out audiences. Bruce is also the creator and artistic director behind the successful Legacy Project.

Bruce is a graduate of Unitec’s Performing Arts Bachelor programme. He’s been involved as both a writer and director with Short+Sweet Auckland and has directed several productions with Ellerslie Theatre, including Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale (2012), April Phillips’ Motel (2014), Terry Johnson’s The Graduate (2016) and Jonathan Harvey’s Beautiful Thing (2018). He premiered his first solo Basement Theatre show Hook-Up Boys in 2016 to sell-out audiences. Bruce is also the creator and artistic director behind the successful Legacy Project.


For Ellerslie TheatreThe Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde (2021)director
Tinder Stories - The Worst Date Ever (2019)director
Beautiful Thing (2018)director
The Graduate (2016)director
The Playboy of the Western World (2015)consultant
I Hate Hamlet (2014)set builder
Motel (2014)director
How I Disappear (2013)writer
How I Disappear (2013)director
Loot (2013)lighting operator
Present Laughter (2013)consultant
The Winter's Tale (2012)director
Straight (2011)writer
Straight (2011)director
The First Night of Pygmalion (2010)Page
The First Night of Pygmalion (2010)production runner
Communication (2009)Jacob