Dunedin lighting designer Martyn Roberts hopes to change
people's perception of light during his Dunedin Fringe
Festival ‘‘performance''. He tells Rebecca Fox about creating
‘‘Oamaru Belles'', Donna Demente and Katherine Kovacs (The
Candice Frankland is working hard to change people's
perception of belly dance. The Auckland belly dancer tells
Rebecca Fox it is an art form.
When acclaimed choreographer Christopher Wheeldon first saw
Portrait of Madame X, he was captivated by the
painting that caused a social uproar in 19th century Paris.
A group of long-time Fortune Theatre actors and directors
will unveil the secrets of the school staffroom in the
theatre's first play of the year, Rebecca Fox discovers.
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