Artistic director Neil Ieremia is just as comfortable
teaching movement to a group of elderly people as he is
choreographing a major work. He tells Rebecca Fox about going
back to grass roots for Black Grace's 20th anniversary
Dr Jonathan Stalling is using ancient and now obscure
poetics to help Chinese speakers to teach and learn spoken
English more quickly and efficiently. Rebecca Fox talks to
the American specialist in Chinese-English poetry and
Spanish flautist Jamie Martin's transition to conducting
has been described as ''meteoric''. Rebecca Fox discovers the
history behind the move on the eve of his first trip to New
Zealand to conduct the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra.
She is a best-selling cookbook author who gets the most
pleasure out of knowing people are cooking her food. Chelsea
Winter tells Rebecca Fox about her transition from corporate
life to cook and writer.
For two decades a St Clair street regularly filled up with
cars and people traipsed down the path into a house, to
reappear hours later inspired and refreshed. REBECCA FOX
talks to Judith Cullen about a tradition about to end.
Joe Brown's dances at the Dunedin Town Hall in the
mid-20th century became a meeting place for many Otago
couples. The cast of Flagons and Foxtrots tell Rebecca Fox it
is this era they hope to evoke in the Fortune Theatre's