The Pop-up Globe reminds us the Bard knew a thing or two about entertainment, writes Paul Simei-Barton.
Auckland Arts Festival is producing five community-based projects where participation is the focus
A play at the Fringe Festival questions the pardons being given to gay men
From comedy to science fiction, there are few topics acclaimed New Zealand playwright Stephen Sinclair hasn't brought to…
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.
Silo Theatre's latest play takes the words out of our mouths and considers how powerful they really are.
Hastings Athletics Club still unable to use home park after Te Matatini
Scarlett Johansson wasn't interested in a vapid red carpet interview at the Oscars.
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