At the schools' matinee yesterday, about 70 secondary pupils were making about as much noise as that number of teenagers can comfortably make - until the play started.
Logan Park High School pupils Alice Houston and Casper McGuire perform a 15-minute version of Hamlet at Theatrefest Otago at the school's auditorium yesterday.
Nga Puke director Cian Elyse White feels like she is bringing the production back home - Dunedin is where its author lives and where one of the main characters is from.
Getting a part in Opera Otago’s production of The Mikado has uncovered a surprising family history for dancer-singer Kristina Saul.
Eighteen years after Harry Love's adaptation of Aristophanes' The Clouds was first on the stage in Dunedin, it is to return, this time featuring Ralph Johnson and Marilyn Parker.
Aiming to address the ‘‘deficit’’ of young female voices in theatre, Heidi Geissler has picked a work that showcases the most female of all relationships, sisterhood.
Otago Gang Show 2019 opened in Mayfair Theatre on Tuesday - a festival of youthful talent, produced by Sue and Noel Walker with Dylan Shield directing the 11-member orchestra.
The Dunedin Musical Theatre is preparing for its 90th anniversary in toe-tapping style - bringing in young singers to recap some of the most memorable songs performed over the life of the theatre.
After four years of travelling for work, former Fortune Theatre artistic director Lara Macgregor is relishing the rare opportunity to work in her hometown.
Pop-up Globe theatre actors Max Loban (front) and Adrian Hooke strike a pose at Dunedin's Regent Theatre before the first stop of the company's NZ tour.
Royal New Zealand Ballet principal dancer Nadia Yanowsky performs as the black swan in Mario Radacovsky’s Black Swan, White Swan. It is a privilege to dance, she tells Rebecca Fox.
Choreographer Mario Radacovsky’s outlook on life was turned upside down by cancer. Twenty years later he tells Rebecca Fox how it informed his career.
The small audience who gathered, undeterred by winter's sudden arrival, to hear solo pianist Francesco Turrisi perform at the Glenroy Auditorium on Tuesday evening were not disappointed.
The programme comes with separate content warnings, advising the audience of imminent exposure to suicide, violence, blood and nine other potentially distressing themes.
Transforming wild ideas into reality is what Dr Miles Gregory has come to expect of his Pop-up Globe team since he first came up his "long shot" idea of recreating Shakespeare’s Globe in NZ.
Giving diverse voices a platform is one of the goals of Dunedin theatre company Little Scorpion Productions. For its next work it has chosen to highlight women’s voices.
Anticipation was high at the Regent last evening as hundreds of children, most appearing to be in the 3-7 age range, waited with their parents to see Room on the Broom.