At the New Zealand International Comedy Festival 2014: Trygve Wakenshaw’s genius double act.
Acts of note at the New Zealand International Comedy Festival 2014. Reviews by MICHAEL BOYES, BRANNAVAN GNANALINGAM, SAMUEL PHILLIPS.
At the New Zealand International Comedy Festival 2014: American comedian Reginald D. Hunter’s New Zealand debut; Stephen K. Amos returns with What Does the K Stand For?; plus, Jackie Van Beek and Jonny Brugh’s sketch act.
Little Red Riding Hood comes to Mangere in this irrepressibly silly show.
The creator and performer of Circa’s upcoming contemporary circus piece discusses physicality, clowning around, and the comic potential in high culture.
Vague de Cirque’s captivating circus show comes to Auckland.
Massive Company’s fascinating collaboration with NZTrio and Gary Henderson.
Silo Theatre’s brave production of Tony Kushner’s revered two-part play is worthy of tremendous respect.
Briar Grace-Smith’s Spanish-Maori melodrama returns to Auckland after its New Zealand Festival debut.
A review of National Theatre Live’s production of Michael Morpurgo’s powerful war story for the stage.
An interview with passionate American actor Denis O’Hare, seen recently on stage in An Iliad, and on screen in Dallas Buyers Club.
A review of two courageous new works by choreographer and theatre artist Lemi Ponifasio at the New Zealand Festival.
Further hits and misses from the New Zealand Fringe Festival 2014. Reviews by ALICE MAY CONNOLLY, JONATHAN PRICE, MICHAEL BOYES, SAMUEL PHILLIPS.
Bullet Heart Club’s superlative Kiwi romance, sung to a ‘mix tape’ of New Zealand’s greatest hits.
Ryan Richards’s rambunctious scout adventure at Basement Theatre.
A review of National Theatre Live’s production of Shakespeare’s searing political tragedy, featuring Tom Hiddleston and Mark Gatiss.
A review of Denis O’Hare and Lisa Peterson’s powerful one-man show based on Homer’s Iliad at the New Zealand Festival.
Australian playwright Tahli Corin’s contemporary urban mystery comes to Auckland’s Basement Theatre.
A review of Ursula Martinez’s hilarious and thought-provoking solo show at the New Zealand Festival.
Red Leap Theatre’s highly anticipated new work .