In a crummy Massachusetts apartment, in 1995, fictionalised versions of aspiring actors Matt Damon and Ben Affleck live on junk food and dreams.
A University of Otago theatre lecturer and a student have created a new theatre company in an effort to provide more work for theatre graduates in Dunedin.
Having introduced the Otago Corrections Facility to the restorative powers of forum theatre, Ruth Carraway is continuing the work in the community.
The common household mousetrap is traditionally very good at attracting mice, but Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap appears to be just as effective at attracting humans.
Should the Dunedin City Council be doing more to support the city’s theatre industry, ask theatre professionals.
Performing in a Maori-themed version of a Macbeth scene are Kavanagh College pupils Troy Kuballa (16, front) as Macduff and Ted Kerr-Bell (16) as Macbeth for the Shakespeare Globe Centre NZ...
Winning a Dunedin Fringe Touring Award is a fitting end to Faumuina Felolini Maria Tafu‘na’i very first play and its tumultuous beginnings finds Rebecca Fox.
When Emily Duncan won one of the top awards at the Adam Foundation New Zealand Play Awards, she was as relieved as she was elated.
The course of Covid-19 never did run smooth, but this troupe of travelling thespians have a way to keep performing despite the cancellations.
Felolini Maria Tafuna’i admits starring in a play of her own writing is a different story, she tells Rebecca Fox.
Advice that cricket and theatre do not mix didn't deter playwright Justin Eade from mixing two of his favourite things.
It turns out the judges of this year’s Otago Southland Theatre Awards did hear the people sing as a Dunedin production of Les Miserables won best overall production at Saturday’s virtual award...
A Dunedin city councillor has labelled the $342,000 CharcoalBlue report a waste of money as further industry consultation over a possible mid-sized theatre rumbles on.
Untold stories of intoxicating substances from NZ's past, a trip across Otago Harbour listening to salty stories and sea shanties, and Shakespearean theatre performed in your back garden - just some of the quirky performances on offer in this year’s Dunedin Fringe Festival.
The message from the cast and crew of the Musical Theatre Dunedin (MTD) production of We Will Rock You is clear — the show must go on.