Fortune Theatre's closure has been treated with shock around Dunedin and New Zealand, but hope remains for professional theatre in the city.
Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, the celebrated Aussie drag-queen story we all thought we knew, turns out to have fabulous New Zealand roots, Bruce Munro discovers.
Two teenagers came to Troll, the latest production by Trick of the Light, a small Wellington theatre company.
A $20,000 grant from the Otago Community Trust will help the Friends of the Globe Theatre tackle urgent repair work at the theatre.
Fresh from helping promote the Fringe Festival, Hannah Smith is returning to Dunedin with her theatre company’s latest production, Troll. She talks to Rebecca Fox.
The set has a derelict look, like a place where something used to happen but no longer does: a workshop, perhaps, or a studio.
Theatre director Andrew McKenzie is not worried that an earlier postponement of the show will "jinx" a play about late Otago All Black Keith Murdoch, which opens at the Globe Theatre this month.
Put together a New Zealand acting legend with one of the Dunedin Sound’s shining lights and you get part gig, part play, Fortune Theatre artistic director Jonathan Hendry tells Rebecca Fox.
'Fruitcake' an hour of genuine belly laughs, and I actually spit out my drink laughing at one about trolleys and peppered throughout the laughter are stories that give us pangs of empathy, and a truly touching moment.
Sarah Harpur is one brave and funny lady. Lucky for the crowd at the Fortune Studio tonight, because we all get what we'v come for: an hour of honest laughs, knowing little cringes, and a story that is well worth listening to.
Dunedin's boutique opera group Little Box of Operas opened a three-night season at Hanover Hall last evening with two short comic operas, conducted from the piano by David Burchell and directed by...
One keen puppeteer is bringing his talents to the Dunedin Fringe Festival with a performance that has been five months in the making.
Stories by South American writers are the inspiration for two physical theatre pieces to be performed during the Dunedin Fringe Festival.
Tony-award winning actress Ruthie Ann Miles was injured and her 4-year-old daughter was killed when a car stuck several people in New York City, Miles' agent said.