The Taieri Dramatic Society continued its 70th anniversary celebrations with a play written and directed by Geoff Smith, regular local performer, director and onstage man.
Barbara Frame reviews play The First Time by Courtney Rose Brown at New Athenaeum Theatre on Wednesday, May 30.
The Australian musical Priscilla, Queen of the Desert opened for a season last night in a packed Regent Theatre. Dunedin Music Theatre's producer Doug Kamo and team (production manager Heidi...
No scabs! No narks! No traitors! This is the family motto that Aunty gets her audience (or should I say her whanau) to chant during a one woman comedy performance at the Fortune Theatre.
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...
Marian Poole reviews the New Zealand production of Rogers and Hammerstein musical The Sound of Music.
Central Otago Man is a play about Otago born and bred Tryfen Gribilco, who runs a high-end bungy-jumping business with the assistance of the rule-abiding Marty Wellings.
In recent years, Taieri Musical, in collaboration with DKCM Ltd, has thrilled local audiences with spectacular musical theatre.
In 1891, public perfomances of Henrik Ibsen’s Ghosts were prohibited in England, but critics who saw a private production described the play as "revoltingly suggestive and blasphemous", "abominable...
Families - they care for us, they love us to bits and they drive us crazy.
Where to begin? This production was outstanding - from stunning costuming and a large-scale set to exquisite dancing.