REVIEW: Jean Cocteau’s carefully spun drama evolves via a one-sided-conversation.
Helen McCrory, the British actress known for playing steely female characters on stage and screen, has died of cancer at 52.
Shakespeare Globe Centre New Zealand Otago regional representative Debbie Vercoe said about 100 pupils from seven Otago secondary schools took part in the University of Otago Sheilah Winn Shakespeare Festival.
Actors (from left) Laura Cowles, Sersha Forde and Ruby Hart (all 16), all from Logan Park High School, inhabit the three witches in Macbeth during the University of Otago Sheilah Winn Shakespeare...
REVIEW: Carnivorous Plant Society are billed as playing psychedelic jazz, but that doesn’t cover quite what they do, while Silver Stone Wood Bone offered a beautiful way to start the day, writes Nigel Zega.
When the "Kerikeri old girls network" hooked Barnaby Olson up with a job in Turkey, little did he know it would provide him with a perfect traveller’s tale.
The chance to work on an opera she loves was enough to send Fiona McAndrew back to bed, reports Rebecca Fox.
The cost of upgrading the Playhouse Theatre is likely to be beyond the means of the Dunedin Repertory Society, its president Jemma Adams says.
REVIEW: Fierce, colourful, loud and explosive, Wild Dogs under My Skirt mercilessly attacks the “Pacific princess’’ image.
More than a year after it was created in the South, the theatre show Owls Do Cry is on tour again, this time including a performance in the city.
REVIEW: It would be wonderful to see more special, sensitive productions like Up & Away, writes Barbara Frame.
A documentary theatre project coming to Dunedin will bring into focus the many forms of cultural misrepresentation, discrimination and invisibility that exists around Chinese identity.
Music is known for assisting people with dementia, so for playwright Ro Bright and director Kitan Petkovski bringing the two together in their latest work to premiere in Wanaka was a given.
A new play to debut at the Dunedin Arts Festival is not about telling the truth, but might have truths to tell, writes Tom McKinlay.
Someone made a week for me last week. Well, it was more like some LOTS - the organisers, volunteers, actors, directors, costumers... everyone who came together to make Dunedin Fringe Festival, writes Liz Breslin.