This play at the Court Theatre has a cunning conceit: the script is handed in a sealed envelope to a different actor each night.
In a meeting of art and commerce, the Court Theatre in Christchurch is one of the most financially successful theatres in NZ.
A quip-laden play about a couple who have each developed techniques to relieve the tedium of their married lives.
Council is 'not listening to the arts community'
The 1000-seat theatre in the Town Hall is unlikely to be re-sized despite calls from the performing arts community for a smaller venue.
Rocky Horror Show writer Richard O'Brien is helping to raise funds for the rebuild of the Isaac Theatre Royal.
REVIEW: Latest play from Top Dog Theatre is brutally frank, often shocking and very funny.
REVIEW: Nearly 40 years later, the play's satirical impact is weakened, but its farcical elements are a delight.
Weta and moa will join traditional northern hemisphere animals for a ride in Noah's Ark in a modernised retelling of an old tale.
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