Stage and Theatre
A trifecta of productions will add intrigue, drama and comedy to Hamilton's theatre scene.
Multi-talented Kiwi actor Mark Hadlow tackles our Q and A.
Wellingtonians might be left all dressed up with nowhere to go if the angst between local promoters and council doesn't ease.
Why one veteran Kiwi artiste is still enjoying being "the wrong guy in the wrong job".
The only NZ resident in New Zealand Opera's Carmen on why he was once embarrassed to sing.
Roimata Fox stars in a Maori coming of age drama that looks at New Zealand's first beauty queens in the 1960s.
Rock opera in the pub for rugby mates who don't do theatre about to tour the United States.
Inspired by conversations with friends about what to do with their stuff when they die, Helen Moulder is in the midst of a one woman tour of New Zealand.
Modern day Othello tragedy set in high school propels drama students to national final.
Rose Matafeo has won the prestigious Fred Award at this year's New Zealand International Comedy Festival.
I love talking about its feminism, because no-one ever tires of it and everyone keeps asking for more. But we need to keep talking about it.
Artistic neighbours join forces in hopes of creating cultural hub on the waterfront.
A series of firsts are explored in a new play coming to Lower Hutt
Indian theatre company Prayas presents a play which explores the history of Indian's in New Zealand.
From humble beginnings to playing to more than 450,000 people worldwide, Indian Ink has had 20 years of success.
REVIEW: This exhilarating programme by young Swedish choreographer is a tour de force of energy and rhythm made visible.
How one Kiwi lad is gaining international attention in a field not many in his age-group would dream of.
Young actors will be gathering in Christchurch this weekend for the chance to do one of the favourite things on stage.
Like nudity? Like reading? Then you'll love Naked Girls Reading.
REVIEW: Any misconceptions that Dreamcoat may not have aged well are wonderfully disproven by a new production.
Choreographer Alexander Ekman puts the final touches on the RNZB's new show.
Choreographer takes to the stage after RNZB performance piece ends early.
REVIEW: Rose Matafeo's comedy was witty and well-observed, while Rabon Kan's musings got a little heavy for the audience.
Council's change of contract aims to curb scalping. But it might mean a price hike too.
Ex Shorty St star Blair Strang has his directorial debut with 90s comedy Nigel.
A new bare-bones play takes theatre to the next level in Lower Hutt
Delicate and tastefully staged production never quite musters the rawness and intimacy needed to truly move.
Wellington choir Supertonic are performing in dead and endangered languages
New man in the region brings something big to Palmerston North.
Watch out for close shaves in Wainuiomata Little Theatre's latest show