If you are expecting "Once Were Warriors - The Play'', then think again.
A couple of tough mothers are set to initiate strangers tonight.
Creating a dance work to be shown on a 360-degree dome has required some creative thinking from choreographer Daniel Belton and his technical team. They tell Rebecca Fox about the challenge.
We all dream about the places we would love to travel to, but poet Jenny Powell has taken it a step further.
The fear of standing up on stage has passed for Irish comic Mary Bourke who will tread the boards at Dunedin’s Fringe Festival.
It is fashionable at the moment to redo old stories, and Rebecca Glover from the Playhouse Theatre has put quite a twist on the classic "Peter Pan" tale.
The current goings on with social media savvy US President Donald Trump makes Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing quite relevant, its directors believe.
Dunedin was not on writer Victor Rodger’s radar until he received the Robert Burns Fellowship. A year later he calls the city ‘‘the big easy’’, he tells Rebecca Fox.
Actor John Bolton once turned up his nose at teaching and directing but has since discovered both pastimes can be fruitful. He tells Rebecca Fox about his journey to Dunedin.
Penny Neilson reviews a unique and special performance from China.
To celebrate the Year of the Rooster, the Wuhan Acrobatic and Cultural Troupe will appear in a one-off show in Dunedin tonight. Rebecca Fox discovers it takes dedication and time to be a member.
While there is no Dunedin Arts Festival this year, there are still plenty of local, national and international acts to pencil in on your calendar.
The Ladies in Black are coming home.
A tale of young love and ludicrous deception, Charley’s Aunt is widely regarded as one of the most entertaining farces written. Kim Dungey looks at the Globe Theatre’s end-of-year production.
Opera Otago began a season of A Christmas Carol on Saturday, with a very successful opening night, says reviewre Elizabeth Bouman.
The Nutcracker is the quintessential Christmas ballet and this production from the returning Imperial Russian Ballet Company is colourful, grand and family-focused.
The classic Charles Dickens tale of Scrooge, the miser, being visited by the ghosts of Christmas past, present and future is being brought to life by Opera Otago, discovers Rebecca Fox.
Mayela Marcos followed her dreams of being a ballet dancer across the world. She tells Rebecca Fox about her journey to the Imperial Russian Ballet Company.
A madcap Christmas farce, The Mystery of Irma Vep, is requiring the Fortune Theatre’s behind-the-scenes staff to pull out all the creative stops. Rebecca Fox discovers plenty of Kiwi ingenuity.
Former Burns Fellow Jo Randerson is using her writing skills in a different way these days. She tells Rebecca Fox about one of her more recent projects.