Students of the New Zealand School of Dance tackle works of international modern choreography in this year’s Graduation season.
Vanessa Rhodes’s a mature, affecting story of a Russian woman who finds love across the world with a Waikato dairy farmer.
Otago Peninsula, Germany, spiritual cries of pain, and the magic of live music according to The Chills’ Martin Phillipps.
Black Seeds guitarist and producer Mike Fabulous spills on silverbeet, social media, and supergroups.
Talking Obama’s victory, Chicago, and music documentaries with the director/producer of Citizen King, Jonestown, and Boogie Man.
The Real Theatre Company stage Andrew Lloyd Webber’s rarely performed musical.
Dean Parker’s bold work is the story of a love triangle, the evolution of the international relations between New Zealand and China, and a social history of New Zealand.
Scale is taken to the extreme in this theatrical adventure into the enchanting truth hidden within every particle of existence.
Music critic Simon Sweetman relays the stories behind thirty New Zealand pop classics with his new book, On Song.
Mike Bartlett’s incisive play serves as graduation fodder for inaugural The Actors’ Program.
Silo Theatre’s celebration of the words and music of Jacques Brel.