Rebecca Fox

Light work big challenge

Light work big challenge

It is a programme New Zealanders deserve to see and one that should make them proud of their national ballet company, Royal New Zealand Ballet's new artistic director, Francesco Ventriglia, says. Rebecca Fox discovers the importance of the company's triple bill ‘‘Speed of Light''.

Fashioning the future

Fashioning the future

International model turned financier turned young designer advocate Stefan Siegel is the man behind leading fashion website Not Just a Label. Rebecca Fox talks to the iD Emerging Designer judge about the future of fashion. 

Early music trumpeted loud and clear

Early music trumpeted loud and clear

John Foster, one of the world's leading exponents of performance on historical trumpets and cornetto, will perform in Dunedin as part of the New Zealand International Early Music Festival. Rebecca Fox finds out how he ended up with a trumpet named after him.

More than just sunshine

More than just sunshine

Renowned for its sun, sand and surf the Sunshine Coast is a popular holiday destination for New Zealanders. However, Rebecca Fox discovers there is more to the area than its beaches. 

Dunedin group changing perception of opera

Dunedin group changing perception of opera

With the barriers of a stage removed, a group of Dunedin musicians hopes to provide audiences with a unique experience of opera. Rebecca Fox talks to those behind new company Little Box of Operas.

Globe pulls up curtain once again

Globe pulls up curtain once again

Like many renovations, Dunedin's Globe Theatre revamp has had its twists and turns as plans have changed and deadlines shifted. Rebecca Fox discovers the show must go on.

Power of the belly dance

Power of the belly dance

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.

Into the void

Into the void

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 Dark Matter.

Sticking it to cancer

Sticking it to cancer

A chance meeting at the dog park saved Australian theatre-maker and puppeteer Lana Schwarcz's life. She tells Rebecca Fox how much she is looking forward to coming to the Dunedin Fringe Festival. 

Schooling up on staffroom secrets

Schooling up on staffroom secrets

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.