The aftermath of mass murder
The aftermath of mass murder

It made international headlines when an audience member climbed on to a New York theatre stage and tried to plug his cellphone…

Review: The keys are in the margarine
Review: The keys are in the margarine

By giving physical embodiment to recorded interviews, verbatim theatre creates a remarkably powerful form of communication…

Twists and turns in literary work with pathos
Twists and turns in literary work with pathos

Playwright Gary Stalker's intriguingly titled work pulls off a surprising feat with sophisticated, unashamedly literary…

Cumberbacklash as Hamlet tickets sell out
Cumberbacklash as Hamlet tickets sell out

It appears Benedict Cumberbatch's star turn in Hamlet has not been universally popular with diehard fans of Shakespeare.

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Nixon and Mao to hit city stage
Nixon and Mao to hit city stage

One of the most influential contemporary operas in the world, about two of the 20th century's biggest…

Review: Racy return for classic tale

Michael Hurst's racy adaptation is true to the spirit of the play rather than the letter, with Athenian women strutting…

Kiwi actor tackles climate change

In his latest role, Emmett Skilton tackles the issue of climate change.

Michael Hurst brings Greek comedy to the stage

Director Michael Hurst is bringing Greek comedy Lysistrata to the stage. Written 2500 years ago, its message is just as…

Theatre review: Success, Basement Theatre
Theatre review: Success, Basement Theatre

There are sparks of humanity to be found in Success' skilfully drawn takes on deeply flawed middle-aged…

Musical thriller intrigues

Bullet Heart Club is well-named: the outfit that produced Rochelle Bright's heartbreaker hit Daffodils now brings us Bright's…

Filmed theatre review: The Hard Problem

This premiere production of the first play in nine years by the distinguished Tom Stoppard marked the swansong of Hytner…

Shatner heading for our shores

William Shatner is beaming back into Auckland, returning to where he first started his solo stage show four years ago.

Theatre preview: Success, The Basement

Playwright Stephen Sinclair and comedian Jeremy Elwood have joined forces to produce a play about the world of stand-up…

12 Questions: Benjamin Henson
12 Questions: Benjamin Henson

Since moving from London, director Benjamin Henson has made waves with his experimental company. He…

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