Pandas invade A Doll's House
Pandas invade A Doll's House

Laurel Devenie is tackling her biggest acting challenge yet - working with 1000 toy pandas.

Prepare to soak it up at the Civic
Prepare to soak it up at the Civic

A raincoat isn't what you'd normally wear to a theatre show - but if you've got front row tickets at the Civic tonight…

Michele Hewitson interview: Peter Elliott
Michele Hewitson interview: Peter Elliott

Actor Peter Elliott shares eclectic details of his ‘funny old life’, including his worries and nerves - and a tale about…

Alone in the spotlight
Alone in the spotlight

One of New Zealand's most talented clowns makes magic out of nothing, alone in his spotlight, tights and singlet, Janet…

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Singin' in the Rain: What a wonderful feelin'
Singin' in the Rain: What a wonderful feelin'

With Singin' in the Rain splashing down in Auckland next week, Lydia Jenkin talks to the show's leading…

Strictly ballroom

Dancing with the Stars is returning to television but actors Annie Whittle and Russell Dixon already have an insight into…

Dance Review: Rotunda

The opening stage is set with a tall scarlet banner which flows, bloodlike, from the rafters and bears the names, of relatives…

Full-size replica Globe in wings

William Shakespeare's famous Globe theatre is heading to Auckland next year, as the world marks 400 years since the playwright's…

Shakepeare's Globe in NZ
Shakepeare's Globe in NZ

William Shakepeare's famous Globe Theatre is heading to Auckland next year; as the world marks 400 years…

Emily Perkins takes on A Doll's House

The interview with Emily Perkins starts off like most others. A couple of years ago, Perkins moved from Auckland to Wellington…

Slapstick in the rain

Not every actor would embrace the role of comic foil but, for Steven van Wyk, director of Cape Town's Underground Dance…

A new home for Maori theatre

Auckland is getting a new theatre with a difference. Ruia Taitea Creative, a recently formed company of actors, writers…

Theatre review: Pianist hits right key for laughs

Thomas Monckton is forging an international reputation with a style that has acrobatics, clowning and mime bouncing off…

Theatre review: Portraits of a lonely man
Theatre review: Portraits of a lonely man

Existential loneliness is writ large in the three short Samuel Beckett solos presented here by actor/producer…

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