Designer Ella Mizrahi needs about 20,000 sheets of paper to build a set fit for a stage.
Penny Ashton is swapping Jane Austen for Charles Dickens in her latest comic caper.
Dionne Christian talks to a writer about putting an impossible book on stage.
Mixing comedy and music with science is meant to make us more interested in the latter.
Comedian and self-proclaimed "interested idiot" Robin Ince talks to Dr Michelle Dickinson.
Anzac Eve is entertaining and intriguing
Kate McGill makes theatre which tells it like it is and her new play is no exception.
Composer Tim Rice is amazed his first offering is still so loved, says Dionne Christian.
Aroha Rawson was just beginning her acting career when she fell 5m and broke her back.
She'll perform at the Actors' Benevolent Fund gala today at the Pop Up Globe.
The play Magdalena of Mangere offers an eye-opening portrait of overlooked suburb.
The bright lights of LA aren't enough anymore, Dom tells Woman's Day magazine.
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