Just in time for the festive season is a delightful pantomime that gives a comic twist on J.M. Barrie’s timeless tale.
At the Mayfair, anyone expecting a traditionally naturalistic staging of Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard is in for a surprise.
Having travelled around the world seeking out the best theatre and circus training in Europe, Sarah and Blaise Barham are putting what they have learned into practice.
A rare chance to be involved in one of her "bucket list" musicals meant Kim Morgan had to go back on her promise to her "long-suffering" husband that she would take the rest...
Planning to showcase their hit show Gaslight Me at the southern hemisphere's largest Fringe Festival in Adelaide next year, Marea Colombo and Bronwyn Wallace want Dunedin audiences to see it in its best shape first.
Taieri Musical is currently staging a very popular season of two massive Disney hits, condensed to become The Lion King Jr and Frozen Jr.
Actor Mark Wright loves nothing more than hopping on the tour bus to visit some of the smallest theatres, so he couldn't pass up an opportunity to join the cast of Ladies Night again, he tells Rebecca Fox.
5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche, Written by Evan Linder and Andrew Hobgood at the Globe Theatre. It runs till September 23.
Dunedin's professional fairy Rainbow Rosalind is directing a young cast of school pupils in a musical about mindfulness.
A capacity crowd in the Regent Theatre’s Clarkson Studio were highly entertained with well-honed, fast-paced wit and banter, song and dance in the best tradition of farcical musicals.
A packed house vigorously applauded Musical Theatre Dunedin’s production of the American musical Legally Blonde at the celebrated home of musical theatre in Dunedin, the Mayfair Theatre.
Mums, dads, grandparents, siblings, friends packed the Mayfair Theatre on Tuesday night for the opening of the 2023 Otago Gang Show.
Isaac Martyn cut his theatre teeth in Dunedin and while he's making waves in Wellington’s theatre scene these days, he's back in the city for a special Matariki show he created for the NZ International Science Festival.
Scientist and a comedian Alanta Colley (sciedian?) is bringing her hilarious mash-up to Dunedin, Kate Oktay writes.