Theatre review: Fred
Theatre review: Fred

Lisa Chappell's self-penned, one-woman show is a macabre comedy that takes us a million miles away from the wholesome, girl-next-door…

Summer fun gives city a $19.3m lift
Summer fun gives city a $19.3m lift

Confirmation that the Rolling Stones are rescheduling their concert in Auckland is not just good news for fans. It is good…

Theatre review: A tasty touch of the absurd
Theatre review: A tasty touch of the absurd

They are the type of reviews actors pray for: "Exceptional and unmissable" from blogger Suzy Go See and, from the Sydney…

Dreamy wonderment offers chocolate-box assortment of life
Dreamy wonderment offers chocolate-box assortment of life

As the cast "wake up" at the beginning of this gentle, slow reverie, the audience settles down from busy life to watching…

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Theatre review: Angels in America Part 2: Perestroika, Q Theatre
Theatre review: Angels in America Part 2: Perestroika, Q Theatre

"The great question before us is are we doomed? ... Can we change in time?"

Light at the end of the tunnel

In the only women's refuge in the Solomons, two childhood friends reveal a secret hidden for more than 40 years. Ruth (not…

Theatre review: Paniora!, Maidment Theatre

As the exclamation promises, Paniora! is a spectacle: full of dance, dust and colour.

Theatre review: Angels in America, Q Theatre

Tony Kushner's vast portrait of Reagan's America revealed through the prism of Aids is filled with dazzling spectacle, razor-sharp…

Instructions for modern living
Instructions for modern living

Shane Bosher is wearing shorts and a T-shirt and sitting on a deckchair; he could be at the beach and…

Kia ora, Paniora

Paniora! is an exotic marriage of dance and theatre, Maori and Spanish culture, and myth and history. Since childhood…

Theatre review: Daffodils, Q Theatre

What may well be the quintessential Kiwi love story is brought to life in an utterly charming show that has intimate family…

Chelsie Preston Crayford: Act natural

Greg Dixon talks to Kiwi actress Chelsie Preston Crayford about her bohemian childhood and why she resisted going into showbiz…

Theatre review: Girl in Tan Boots

This intriguing whodunnit is entertaining and excellently produced. Its pleasing twists and turns balance humour and seriousness…

Theatre review: Sea, Maidment Theatre
Theatre review: Sea, Maidment Theatre

The underwater world proves to be the ideal environment for Red Leap's unique blend of puppetry, dance…

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