Indian Ink revives its New Zealand theatre classic; the familiar road trip play is delivered with dorky charm.
Previously at the Auckland Film Society: Losey and Pinter’s masterful first collaboration.
Red Leap Theatre’s latest effort is a visually stunning foray into the world of magic-realism
British playwright Shelagh Stephenson’s metaphysical mystery thriller about loss and liberal sensibility.
At the Documentary Edge Festival: fringe communities and marijuana decriminalisation.
Peter Pan returns to the stage courtesy of Stage Two Productions.
At the Documentary Edge Festival: an uneasy blend of personal ambition and failure, a thoughtful true crime community portrait, and a poetic essay of a woman’s conflicting identity of mother versus performer.
A shamelessly silly stage adaptation of Roger Corman’s cult classic Little Shop of Horrors .
Emily Perkins transports Ibsen’s classic 19th century text to present day New Zealand.
Trygve Wakenshaw’s latest minimalist comedy show.
The latest from Blackbird Ensemble and Douglas Wright.
Basement Theatre adapt Kenneth Lonergan’s vision of spoiled and disaffected youth; one-of-a-kind pianist Thomas Monckton returns.
Finnius Teppett’s play about idle ushers; Footnote Dance’s bewitching deconstruction of celebrities and fandom.
Silo’s enchanting stage adaptation of the classic children’s story by Guus Kuijer.
Finnius Teppett’s imaginative tale about Africa, Coffee, and the Appendix.
At the Auckland Fringe Festival: Two Farting Sisters, Under the Same Moon, Prehistoria, Mother/Jaw, Vow, Up on Lowman.
Ambitious sci-fi and children’s summer theatre at The Court.
Michael Hurst directs the latest Summer Shakespeare production; Auckland Theatre Company take on a classic Ealing comedy.
At the Auckland Fringe Festival: Live Orgy, Girl on a Corner, Rising Voices: Summer Series, Gift of the Gab, Break Up [We Need to Talk], Matthew Harvey Blows Up
The Court Theatre takes on “The Funniest Show on the Planet.”