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.
The story of Paris’ original party girl is sure to raise some eyebrows, writes Gillian Thomas.
The scariest moment in Kali Kopae’s life came when she stood on stage portraying the terrible domestic violence stories of three women in front of those women, she tells Rebecca Fox.
You don't really have to be a Monty Python devotee to appreciate the nonsensical spectacles and ludicrous situations in the musical Spamalot, writes Elizabeth Bouman.
The Jersey Boys had some fun in Ashburton yesterday during their national Oh What a Night stage show tour.
Slapstick musical Spamalot might be silly, yet it requires attention to detail too, writes Shane Gilchrist.
She may have given up the bright lights for the ‘‘granny nanny thing’’, but stage veteran Lynda Milligan has discovered she still has what it takes.
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.
Sponsored ContentGROUNDED - Fortune TheatreA fighter pilot's struggle with motherhood, marriage and being "grounded"Featuring renowned NZ actor Claire Chitham, this is a powerful, riveting and...
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.