Review: Under Milk Wood at the Fortune Theatre. October 8.
Review: Shylock at the Fortune Theatre, October 9.
Review: Little Shop of Horrors at Kavanagh Auditorium. October 8.
British actor Guy Masterson is in Dunedin with a head full of lines.
The Dungeon at the Athenaeum provided the perfect backdrop for The Wine Project, with its aged interior - some might say dilapidated or disused, but I say atmospheric.
Butterflies are one of the beautiful things in our world. Their short but amazing metamorphosis is something we all learn about as children.
A near-capacity house gave enthusiastic applause to both the Mike Nock Trio and the NZTrio stellar performances at the Glenroy Auditorium last night.
An intriguing story: in 1959, a science teacher leads eight of his brightest Magic Valley Liberal Arts College students deep into an Idaho desert.
It is a scene of skilled chaos, so why not throw in another challenge? Rebecca Fox talks to the director of Little Shop of Horrors, Oliver Driver.
Elizabeth Bouman reviews Songs for the Fallen, Mayfair Theatre, October 3.
Kimberly Buchan reviews The Devil's Half-Acre at the Fortune Theatre.
There are three excellent reasons to go to Krapp’s Last Tape.
REVIEW: Elizabeth Bouman enjoys two shows with a nautical theme.
Beware — the "fraudsters, con-men and charlatans" will be out in Dunedin tonight.
Mary Queen of Scots and Elizabeth I never actually met — but this hasn’t prevented Friedrich Schiller’s Mary Stuart (premiered in 1800), which imagines just such an encounter, from becoming a classic.
Evoking ancient Bacchanalian rites and the wine-making traditions of France, The Wine Project aims to pull you in with a sensory and immersive experience, Rebecca Fox discovers
Simon O’Connor agreed to take on one of the greatest one-man shows ever written, Samuel Beckett’s Krapp’s Last Tape, without really thinking about it -then the fear set in.
A story of deceit, entrapment, cunning, courage and fear and amazingly restrictive historical dress. Rebecca Fox discovers Mary Stuart has it all.
REVIEW: Not In Our Neighbourhood at the Fortune Theatre. Tuesday, September 13
To be clothed, or not to be clothed? That was a no-brainer for members of an all-female cast in Brooklyn who stripped down to celebrate their freedom of expression in a nude version of Shakespeare in the park.