London's Old Vic theatre says it's received 20 separate allegations of inappropriate conduct by Kevin Spacey by men who came into contact with him between 1995 and 2013.
Theatre needs to be modern and innovative and it is a recipe that seems to be working for New Zealand actor and director Kip Chapman, Rebecca Fox finds.
For circus performer Ashley Carr, informing his New Zealand-based father, a farmer, about his chosen career was not easy, he tells Rebecca Fox.
Marian Poole reviews the New Zealand production of Rogers and Hammerstein musical The Sound of Music.
Pammie and Angel have a more than usually fractious mother-daughter relationship.
The cast of Opera Otago’s production of The Pirates of Penzance is embracing the ridiculous to do the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta justice, singer Harry Grigg and director Nadya Shaw Bennett tell...
We hear daily of just how hard it is to be young, and of the anxiety, loneliness, insecurity and depression that damage far too many young lives. The Wholehearted, by contrast, communicates...
"Nothing's the same any more," laments Billy, who has found himself at the Somme with Maniototo friends Sam and Jack, writes Barbara Frame.
Dunedin-born actor Denyce Su’a was never shy in a crowd, so it was no surprise when she followed her heart into theatre, she tells Rebecca Fox.
Kate Sheppard a rock star - who knew? Thousands of people, because this show has been playing around New Zealand for the last couple of years, and now it's Dunedin's turn.
The secret to a popular children’s stage show? Make it funny, Horrible Histories actor and director Neal Foster tells Shane Gilchrist.
So scared they might desecrate a national icon, writers Luke di Somma and Gregory Cooper took five years to get That Bloody Woman to the stage.
For Francesco Ventriglia's farewell performance as artistic director, the RNZB presents his version of the world's greatest, albeit doomed, love story: Romeo and Juliet.
He spent his formative years in Dunedin before going on to dance with the likes of the great ballet dancer and choreographer Rudolf Nureyev in Australia and Europe. Frederic Jahn tells Rebecca Fox about life as an international dancer.
The Imperial Russian Ballet Company returned to the Regent stage with its Festival of Russian Ballet, last performed here in 2013, writes Penny Neilson.
A new season at the Fortune Theatre opened on Saturday evening, with a full house to watch the award-winning Sondheim musical Into the Woods.
From the West End, London, to the Fortune Theatre, Dunedin, Mark Dorrell has been driven by a love of musical theatre, writes Rebecca Fox.
War Hero, written and directed by Dunedin’s John Drummond, had its world premiere in the Mayfair Theatre on Saturday evening.
The story of an Otago farm boy who became famous for his conscientious objection to war has been made into an opera.
What You Will is Twelfth Night's alternative title, so reusing the set and creating a spin-off aimed at the school holiday market is a clever idea.