Theatre reviewer Janet McAllister takes a theatrical trip to the supermarket.
Fringe Festival director Lydia Zanetti on how she pulled together a festival without much funding.
The component parts of Carl Bland's surreal mystery play present a cornucopia of theatrical delights.
Provocative play prompts us to think before we speak.
He's a seasoned professional but for actor Te Kohe Tuhaka, his latest role is something of a debut.
Summer Shakespeare As You Like It is a good time, but a long one.
Is it okay to stage The Mikado in 2017? Most definitely, writes William Dart.
Damien Avery travelled a bit on his own in 2012, to the US, England and through Europe.
Pop-Up Globe enchanted and enthralled audiences last year, repeatedly selling out shows and extended its season twice due…
Eli Kent has put his spin on Ibsen's Peer Gynt.
Women of colour stand up and make some noise in Hot Brown Honey as part of Auckland's Pride Festival.
A $5 million dollar proposal to build a state-of-the-art tourist information centre has been approved by Tauranga City Council…
Chris Brown's neighbour claims: "I've heard him beating her myself...hearing her screaming at the top of her lungs".
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