Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria University, Wellington N.Z. Vol. 22, No. 8. August 3, 1959
Before the other universities start making their claims, Vic. has one certain advantage. In the near future it will have one of the best—If not the best—little theatres in the country. A drama school could put this to full use.
Its organisation need not be too difficult, not for that matter its financing. Some collaboration could be arranged initially between the New Zealand Players and the English department. It has already been suggested in some quarters that the Players need one director on the artistic side and another for administration.
An artistic appointment could be considered from an applicant who was also able to lecture and teach.
Eventually the school could pass from the logical covering of the English department to its own administration.