On the Conditions & Possibilities of Hillary Clinton Taking Me as Her Young Lover
Arthur plays Richard Meros, B.A. one of New Zealand's Four Most Academics in this Nuclear PowerPoint presentation about a love that dares speak its name between the Greatest of Baby-Boomer and the Lowest of Millennials.
Two African-American performers, living a hundred years apart, travel to Australia in pursuit of fame and fortune and experience strangely similar, yet happily different fates.
The Lonesome Buckwhips
From a caravan high in the hills of Corstorphine, four siblings (Arty, Miri, Benny and Gary Buckwhip) sing surprisingly tunefully about their hard-luck lives and thwarted aspirations as they shamelessly conform to popular stereotypes about the character and behaviour of the impecunious
Trees Beneath the Lake
A financial wizard on the brink of disgrace returns to his hometown in Central Otago to pull off the confidence trick of his life and salvage his golden reputation.
Richard Meros Salutes the Southern Man
The second theatrical dissertation of Richard Meros BA (Hons) as he helps a semi-soft nation to rediscover its Pioneering Hardness.
A seven-part comedy newscast about a repugnant crew of late-night muckrakers who scrape the bottom of the media barrel in their quest to find enough eyeballs to get them back to primetime.
An unlikely pioneer blazes a unique trail through the untamed landscapes of New Zealand’s early history when she’s forced to foster a peculiar Māori boy.
Charles Darwin: Collapsing Creation
A sick genius has to find the courage to change the world, and the strength to face the fallout.
A mini-media company that creates site-specific mobile video content to bring heritage sites and art galleries to life.
Seven cleverly and affectionately linked snapshots of New Zealand life spanning three countries and 150 years, Sheep is about products and people and the tangled relationship between technology and biology.
On the Conditions and Possibilities of Helen Clark Taking Me as Her Young Lover
An anarchic and incisive PowerPoint-driven satire in which Richard Meros, BA, an overeducated, under-achieving, free-market Casanova charges through the pop-cultural slipstream to prove his amorous point.
An LGBT comedy set in the toilets of a notorious Wellington gay bar.