Stage and Theatre
Kiwi opera hunk Teddy Tahu-Rhodes takes our tough Q and A.
The man who revolutionised the mobile phone has been the subject of a book and film. Now there's an opera.
Tactile production impresses with evocative delivery and powerful performances.
Auckland Theatre Company actors have begun preparation for the company's latest production
Mrs Brown is looking for love in the latest stage show to visit New Zealand.
Producing a stage musical involved hundreds of volunteers and community support
The Lord of the Flies is a tale of children gone wild and it's on stage in Palmerston North.
Not sure what to do this weekend? Try a pop-tacular descent to hell, real reality TV, and an epic comedy about a Mongolian warlord flipping burgers.
Seasoned actress Kali Kopae has been in the industry for over a decade but even she gets a case of the nerves
Faux accents aside, Sam Edwards is entertained by Riverlea Theatre's latest production.
The New Zealand International Film Festival is coming to Avondale.
Two Sacred Heart College students are keeping their fingers crossed they can pull off their new play
"Absurd" methods to improve office efficiency are parodied in the Heretaunga Player's latest show
Oh, for a pirate party! Here's one to entertain the family.
The former E! host and Community star will perform a one-off show in Auckland.
It's a popular Leonardo DiCaprio movie about a real-life con artist, and now the stage show of Catch Me If You Can is coming to Auckland.
South African Clinton Zerf came to New Zealand with his family a year ago and is 'loving every minute of it'
A 90-second transformation is all in a day's work for Kiwi baritone.
REVIEW: Politicial parody's tried and true formula now honed to perfection.
'I don't actually know if I've ever had a proper, serious conversation with Rhys.'
Comedian Rhys Darby grew up in Auckland as the youngest of five children.
A play, a novel and a non-fiction book - not the start of a bad literary joke but the reality of author Emily Perkins' to-do list.
The performance group has been acquired by performance juggernaut, Cirque du Soleil.
Two students from Auckland's North Shore have a chance of treading the boards of London's Globe Theatre.
Schools say Sweeney Todd will be challenging, but there won't be another throat-slashing incident.
REVIEW: Their latest work shows why Java Dance Company are experts at non-threatening, humorous audience interaction.
"People traditionally think about opera being for older people but it's important to develop that love in people when they're in the teens or early 20s."
It's the gruesome bits that make history so interesting, Horrible Histories director Neal Foster says.
Nick Rado and Raybon Kan combine in a double-header stand-up show.
Christchurch welcomed English comedian Russell Howard to the country with a thrown pair of undies.