Actress Claire Chitham stars in the one-woman Fortune Theatre production of Grounded.
Producers are warning buyers to beware when buying resold tickets to 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child'.
REVIEW: Fortune Theatre's latest production, Grounded, probes modern war’s destructive effects in an all too chilling way.
The down side of wearing a suit of armour with your arms bound behind your back for long periods only becomes apparent when your nose starts to itch.
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The village newspaper announces an impending murder, and even provides the place, date and time. Who could possibly take it seriously?
Taieri Musical has staged some outstanding productions in recent years and on Thursday evening at Edgar Stadium, in conjunction with DKCM Ltd, it conquered yet another of the "big ones'' with a fantastic opening night of Grease.
A Kiwi take on the age old Hans Christian Andersen tale of The Emperor's New Clothes is on at the Fortune Theatre. Rebecca Fox discovers the children's production has a lot riding on it.
New Zealand Ballet's production of The Wizard of Oz had its origins in calamity, but it has been born again to the delight of its choreographers and designers. They tell Rebecca Fox about the work behind the scenes.
On Saturday afternoon, the Fortune Theatre was full of kids laughing themselves silly.
Claimed to be the ''untold story everyone should know'' Everest Untold tells the story of the less well known members of Edmund Hillary's famous 1953 Everest expedition. Writer Gareth Davies tells Rebecca Fox about his fascination with the story.
A strong Pacific Island arts voice will be heard in Dunedin in coming weeks with Fortune's Niu Sila and a reading of Sons, Rebecca Fox says.
The Fortune Theatre's latest production Over the River and Through the Woods marks an important milestone for its artistic director, Jonathan Hendry. He talks to Rebecca Fox about directing his first play for the Fortune.
'Hamilton', the pop culture phenomenon based on US founding father Alexander Hamilton, swept the Tonys, winning 11 of Broadway's top awards including best musical, best actor, best direction and best score and book for creator Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Families - they care for us, they love us to bits and they drive us crazy.
The hurly-burly was done and the battle won for a group of Queen's High School drama pupils who have won three awards in a national Shakespeare festival.
As the saying goes, variety is the spice of life and no-one knows this better than veteran actor George Henare. He tells Rebecca Fox about his latest challenges.
Where to begin? This production was outstanding - from stunning costuming and a large-scale set to exquisite dancing.
Niu Sila, by Oscar Kightley and Dave Armstrong, was first performed in 2004. Since then it's become a New Zealand classic, but this is the first time Dunedin audiences have had the chance to see it.
Royal New Zealand Ballet dancers William Fitzgerald (The Wizard) and Lucy Green (Dorothy) pull off a difficult manoeuvre during rehearsals yesterday for their sold-out performance of The Wizard of Oz at the Regent Theatre tonight.