Dunedin actor Peter Hayden has long wanted to work with top NZ director and choreographer Sara Brodie again, so the NZSO's production of The Soldier’s Tale was too good an opportunity to miss.
Helping people of all abilities to experience the joy of dance is a labour of love for the team behind Dunedin’s Gasp! Dance Collective.
It has been six years since Matthew and Benedikte Onarheim-Smith danced together professionally, and they'll revisit and reinvigorate a work for the Dunedin Fringe Festival.
Dunedin Arts Festival director Charlie Unwin is delighted to finally have the opportunity to announce the first shows in the April, 2021 festival.
At 85-years-old, a Christchurch retirement village resident is still ballet dancing whenever she can.
Heartbreak ruled Royal New Zealand Ballet’s 2020 season until last week when the company hit the stage for the first time this year in Sleeping Beauty. Rebecca Fox talks to artistic...
Finally, after years of fine-tuning her dancing skills, Srishti Singh’s opportunity to find fame making her debut with the Royal New Zealand Ballet has arrived.
Nostalgia lovers will be able to trip the light fantastic at the Balclutha War Memorial Hall next month.
Dance crew 10 Kura Hustlers from Carisbrook School in Dunedin took to the stage at the NZCAF Otago-Southland Aerobics and Hip Hop Regionals, held at ILT Stadium Southland in Invercargill yesterday.
The Royal New Zealand Ballet is reassuring customers it will try to secure refunds from under-fire Dunedin company Ticket Rocket.
Canada's Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group has filed for bankruptcy protection as the Covid-19 pandemic forced the famed circus operator to cancel shows and lay off its artistes.
The late Caroline Plummer’s vision to inspire, educate and bring healing and peace to the community through dance empowered Kristie Mortimer. So when the Covid-19 lockdown hit, she didn't let it stop her in her mission to bring dance to prisoners.
In what one parent calls “a real bombshell”, Queenstown’s largest and longest-standing dance school shut up shop this week.
Playwright and dance theatre leader Jan Bolwell says her Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit award has given a welcome boost to the public profile of people in the arts.
Loughlan Prior and Claire Cowan let their imaginations run wild when creating Hansel and Gretel for the Royal New Zealand Ballet. They tell Rebecca Fox about ticking off a few firsts.
The extraordinary work of Dunedin dancer and choreographer Shona Dunlop MacTavish is being resurrected in her memory.
Lycra will be the outfit of choice at the Queenstown Events Centre this weekend when the resort hosts the NZ Schools Hip Hop, Sport Aerobics and Fitness Championships for the first time.