Stage and Theatre
If the cliche of performing to two men and a dog sounds bad, how much worse would it be if the dog didn't show?
A new take on A Midsummer Night's Dream opens it up to people of all ages.
Darkly comic US stage hit arrives in Wellington.
"I'm 54 years old and I weigh 300 pounds. Anything could happen," jokes comic giant.
President or mythical children's egg-giver: both gigs suck. Hardy anyone believes in you; you get made fun of a lot.
Don't bother choosing what Comedy Festival shows to go to, just read this and follow my instructions
Amelia Dunbar and Emma Newborn are actors performing their show at this year's NZ International Comedy Festival.
Once officially the world's funniest man, comic Ismo Leikola takes our Q and A.
The songs at the heart of this warped and twisted musical are as barnacled, magnificent and romantic as a shipwreck.
The quake-hit town has a special place in Ed Byrne's heart. He proposed to his wife there.
Play explores the female fan persona and the aberrations in the behaviour of otherwise ordinary women.
Blenheim's colleges will be the first in the country to perform Evita.
Cymbeline, by William Shakespeare, directed by Ivana Palezevic.
REVIEW: I can say with great confidence that if you like strapping young men in shiny short-shorts - this is the musical for you.
Watch this space for rising dance star, 13-year-old Wellington ballerina Macy Cook.
Mr & Mrs Alexander: Sideshows & Psychics, written and performed by Lizzie Tollemanche and David Ladderman, directed by Mike Friend
It's a musical, but not as you might know it.
An impressive performance during her warm-up won Charlotte McLean the top spot in the musical Annie.
How a Kiwi actor accidentally took marijuana on opening night but still went on with the show.
Comedian Rob Broderick's antics are so raucous bones get broken - for real. Which is why he's cancelled his Kiwi shows.
This Kiwi adaptation of the classic kids' song is entertaining young and old at Auckland's Pumphouse theatre.
The praise of John Clarke shows we don't celebrate our heroes when they're alive. Particularly comedians.
Sir Tim Rice is a charming gentleman (and very rich, thanks to his expertise in delivering very long-running musicals).
A reviewer once wrote that Tim Minchin was to musical comedy what Darwin was to evolution. Growing up, Minchin had never shown particular prowess at either.
NZ Dance Company practitioners present their talents and moves in debut East Auckland showcase.
Watch some of New Zealand's top teen dancers preparing for an international ballet competition over Easter.
A group of young performers are hoping the hype of the new movie will bring audiences to their stage show of Beauty and the Beast.
Harry Potter And The Cursed Child stage adaptation sweeps up nine wins at theatre's Olivier Awards.
Wellington comedian Alexander Sparrow selected as one of the world's top Trump impersonators.