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Glenda Pearce

Glenda Pearce

Glenda Pearce is a  specialist professional effective speaking coach and workshop facilitator in all aspects of theatre, public speaking, poetry and  writing.  She  facilitates the development of confident, expressive and artistic voices. Ms Pearce is an experienced theatre arts director with a proven record of practical experience directing a range of Theatre genres. Ms Pearce is also the President of the Speech Communication Association and a registered national adjudicator for public speaking, debating and performing arts.




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BWW Review: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING at Shoreside Theatre PhotoBWW Review: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING at Shoreside Theatre
Posted: Jan. 31, 2021


BWW Review: HAMLET at Shoreside Theatre, Pumphouse PhotoBWW Review: HAMLET at Shoreside Theatre, Pumphouse
Posted: Feb. 7, 2021


BWW Review: CHRISTMAS WITH QUEEN_ST at Spotlight Theatre, Auckland PhotoBWW Review: CHRISTMAS WITH QUEEN_ST at Spotlight Theatre, Auckland
Posted: Dec. 16, 2020


BWW Review: LE BASEMENT XXXMAS CABARET at Basement Theatre, Auckland PhotoBWW Review: LE BASEMENT XXXMAS CABARET at Basement Theatre, Auckland
Posted: Nov. 22, 2020


BWW Review: GARAGE PARTY at Wintergarden, Auckland PhotoBWW Review: GARAGE PARTY at Wintergarden, Auckland
Posted: Dec. 8, 2020


BWW Review: LOVE FROM A STRANGER at Howick Little Theatre PhotoBWW Review: LOVE FROM A STRANGER at Howick Little Theatre
Posted: Jul. 16, 2020


BWW Review: DEAD SIMPLE at Howick Little Theatre PhotoBWW Review: DEAD SIMPLE at Howick Little Theatre
Posted: Oct. 10, 2020


BWW Review: HAMLET at Shoreside Theatre, Pumphouse
February 7, 2021

Powerful performances and fresh new perspectives - the tragedy unfolded with well-focused emotionally charged performances full of clarity and conviction.

BWW Review: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING at Shoreside Theatre
January 31, 2021

Opening night of the second play of the Shoreside’s 25th Summer Shakespeare in the Park  – and it’s a comedy through and through.

BWW Review: CHRISTMAS WITH QUEEN_ST at Spotlight Theatre, Auckland
December 16, 2020

Queen_St are four talented significant soloists in their own right, but combine them into powerful duets, and commanding creative quartet arrangements – and we get harmonies and melodies delivered with effortless conviction, tonal glow and clarity of diction.

BWW Review: GARAGE PARTY at Wintergarden, Auckland
December 8, 2020

2020 has been a tough year for the arts in New Zealand, not only for those who appreciate the opportunity to enjoy imaginative and skilled live theatre and the power of music to stir the soul , but of course for the performers themselves. So – yes – when we get the opportunity to go to a real kiwi classic garage party, we’re delighted -- and it’s clear we are there as welcome guests.  This is a chance for the whanau to get together and have a party. And what a party! It doesn’t take long before the cares of the day, week, year drop away and the audience is enraptured, engaged and smiling, laughing and singing! This show almost makes 2020 worth it.

BWW Review: LE BASEMENT XXXMAS CABARET at Basement Theatre, Auckland
November 22, 2020


BWW Review: DEAD SIMPLE at Howick Little Theatre
October 10, 2020


BWW Review: LOVE FROM A STRANGER at Howick Little Theatre
July 16, 2020

How many times as a child were you warned about strangers? The opening night of 'Love from a Stranger' at Howick Little Theatre reminds us that we need to be very mindful about what we wish for, and to be very careful of a tall, brooding, handsome stranger who brings a romantic passionate whirlwind.

BWW Review: EMILIA at Pop Up Globe
March 8, 2020