Auckland — Playwright and Director Melissa Fergusson brings a stimulating and contemporary piece of theatre to the stage in her latest work, pURe, which is premiering as part of a double-bill with Motherlock.
Auckland — An exciting cast of the young and the talented is hitting The Basement at the end of March for the NZ Premiere of British playwright Simon Stephens "cracking new play" (The Times, UK), 'Punk Rock'.
Auckland — 2011 was a huge year for Melissa Fergusson with her newly formed theatre organisation, ‘charlatan clinic’, creating two critically acclaimed productions; Motherlock and a rebuild of New Zealand favourite Skin Tight.
Auckland — Two century-old theatres scarred by fire and left untouched for 50 years, most Aucklanders won’t even know they exist.
Auckland City — From the people who brought you Walking with Dinosaurs- The Arena Spectacular, comes How To Train Your Dragon Arena Spectacular, opening at Vector Arena in April 2012.
Auckland — Rugby. It's a game. It has two teams, a funny shaped ball, goal posts, a ref, and a whole lot of rules. But here in New Zealand? It's much more than that. It's a national obsession.
Auckland — MEDIA RELEASE Lighthouse Keeper’s Lunch Marks 20 years of Children’s Theatre for Tim Bray The delightful tales of the Lighthouse Keeper, his wife Mrs Grinling, Hamish the cat and the greedy seagulls comes to life on the stage in the April school holidays.
Auckland — The Outfit Theatre Company present the NZ Premiere of Boys' Life by Howard Korder A "bitingly funny post-modern comedy of manners" The Outfit Theatre Company are being touted by many as 'the ones to watch' on the Auckland theatre scene.
Auckland City — The Sex Show, one of the raunchiest theatre shows ever to be seen on a New Zealand stage, will open next week as part seen of Auckland’s fringe festival.
Auckland City — Creator of international Festival hit The Arrival, Red Leap Theatre, is ending 2010 on a high, with a new Auckland Arts Festival work in the wings; major recognition from the Arts Foundation of New Zealand, and six wins at the Chapman Tripp Theatre Awards.
Auckland City — New Zealand's aspiring actors are being offered a foot in the door of their chosen profession by some of the nation's leading performers and teachers.
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