Luke Di Somma's new musical is an emotionally intense, high concept rom-com.
REVIEW: Sven Ratzke is utterly at home in his interpretations of David Bowie's songs.
The First Class reunion show celebrates the proud tradition of Christchuch's improv theatre.
Christchurch student Claire Steel says the path to becoming a musical theatre performer is a difficult one, but one she is destined for.
REVIEW: Culinary decorum was turned upside down by the Chef: Come Dine With Us performers.
Fresh from performing on America's Got Talent, Swedish trio set to hit the stage in Taranaki and Christchurch.
Two ballets vie for our attention, while the Christchurch Arts Festival kicks off next week
The New Zealand International Film Festival wraps up for another year in Christchurch this weekend
Review: It's the depth of the stories and relationship between them that make this production of Steel Magnolias something very special.
Plenty of film-makers are visiting Christchurch over the next seven days.
Shirley Horrocks' documentary tells the turbulent and innovative 37-year history of Free Theatre Christchurch.
A tsunami and thousands of earthquakes rocked this family, but they still call New Brighton home.
Christchurch's annual feast of global cinema gets under way.
Christchurch actor Nic Kyle has turned four years of London life and being deported into a one-man cabaret show.
Comedy and music dominate the week's cultural highlights in Christchurch.
OPINION: Court Theatre chief executive Philip Aldridge outlines the vision for Christchurch's performing arts precinct.
The Court Theatre will fundraise to find reported $15m shortfall, and car park building should be built first, says chief executive.
Mrs Brown is looking for love in the latest stage show to visit New Zealand.
Steering group favoured only "seed money" for new Court Theatre, saying it could raise revenue through car parking and leasing shop space.
REVIEW: Top Dog Theatre's latest production is niftily staged and entertaining.
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REVIEW: Why this could be the best Carmen that you will ever see.
It's the gruesome bits that make history so interesting, Horrible Histories director Neal Foster says.
Christchurch welcomed English comedian Russell Howard to the country with a thrown pair of undies.
Christ's College is preparing a title defending concoction of experience and outlandish humour for the Theatresports National Championships later this year.
The girls of the St Margaret's College senior theatresports team hope teamwork and creative wit will see them through to the grand final of the National Theatresports Championships this September.
REVIEW: Black Grace's latest performance is one of contrasts.
Canterbury's St Andrew's College is a school to beat, as they prepare for the Theatresports in Schools competition.
To work in the "Avatar empire", you've got to learn the language, moves and believe in the James Cameron way.