Theatre review: Putorino Hill
Theatre review: Putorino Hill

Chris Molloy's atmospheric new drama, produced by Taki Rua, is ostensibly a period piece via reminiscence.

Theatre review: Sin, Q Theatre
Theatre review: Sin, Q Theatre

The talented cast of 14 throw themselves into the enterprise with plenty of verve and emotional honesty and there is a wildly…

Sin: Roll up for a Kiwi vice-fest
Sin: Roll up for a Kiwi vice-fest

Real faults provide the drama in ‘Sin’.

Seven sins: A beginner's guide
Seven sins: A beginner's guide

It started with a little red book. Actor, theatre producer and director Sarah Graham was visiting American stage companies…

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Theatre group tackles Pacific's last taboo
Theatre group tackles Pacific's last taboo

A Wellington theatre company has assembled a cast of female actors to break down some of the most entrenched…

Theatre review: Hoki Mai Tama Ma, Mangere Arts Centre

The Pleiades constellation may be obscured in the drizzly haze of Auckland's pre-dawn skies but contemporary Maori theatre…

Theatre review: Mana Wahine, Q Theatre

Okareka Dance Company has hit the jackpot with this exploration of the strength, the spirit, the wiles and the primal beauty…

Last show at historic cinema

In a little mountain town otherwise famous for carrots, time has run out for a piece of Kiwi cinema history.

Whale Rider for a new generation
Whale Rider for a new generation

Two years ago, Tim Bray confessed to a group of colleagues one of his deepest fears about making theatre…

Australia: It's show time in Oz

Hop across the ditch and catch some world-class theatre.

Miracles and masks

Her name is Puhi and she could be an ingenue, a princess or a warrior in the making; she is elegant, ornate, traditional…

Thief with a good heart

Indian actor Mustaq Missouri has performed in plays from Shakespeare to Noel Coward, but it was not until he moved to Auckland…

Theatre review: Magnificence of La Traviata not to be missed

There are those who railed at New Zealand Opera's conservative offerings this year. However, in defence of this current…

The bricklayer ain't thick
The bricklayer ain't thick

From his home in rural England, Ian Anderson -- flute-playing founder of, and sole constant in, prog-rocking…

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