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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Delicate and tastefully staged production never quite musters the rawness and intimacy needed to truly move.
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REVIEW: It's easy to lose your head over a Mikado which looks this good, sounds so good and, by Titipu, does you good.
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Centrepoint Theatre has a fresh new face.
REVIEW: A triumphant vindication of RNZB artistic director Francesco Ventriglia's decision to stage Petit's Carmen.