Wednesday, December 6, 2023
King Lear

ATC’s Production of King Lear – vicious, tragic, bloody & Unmissable

The Auckland Theatre Company’s production of King Lear is an astonishing, dynamic and truly mesmerising rendition of the well-known Shakespearian epic tragedy. World-class, innovative...
King Lear

King Lear and Maori Culture – Joe Dekkers-Reihana: Interview

The Auckland Theatre Company's production of King Lear opens today. Here is actor Joe Dekkers-Reihana to tell us how Shakespeare and Maori culture overlap. The...
Waiting For Godot

Waiting for Waiting for Godot – Q Theatre Loft

Waiting For Godot: There’s a simple principle when making cocktails: that the resulting cocktail must be better than the ingredients. If you have a fine,...
Merry Wives

The Merry Wives of Windsor – Pumphouse Theatre, Jan 24, 2023

The Merry Wives of Windsor from William Shakespeare, a comedy of social mores and sexual innuendo is given a ribald and riotous treatment by the Shoreside Theatre troupe.

Antony and Cleopatra – Pumphouse Theatre, January 22, 2023

Antony and Cleopatra, Shakespeare’s great play of geopolitics and history, a legendary love affair with comedy and tragedy, comes to life splendidly at the outdoor Pumphouse Theatre.

Snowflake – Plumb Theatre (Pitt Street Theatre)

Snowflake had its New Zealand premiere at Auckland Pitt Street Theatre. We send Theatre Peter off to check it out.

The Art Of Black Grace 1/5 – Karanga Plaza: Nov. 20, 2022

The Art Of Black Grace 1/5, presented by Neil Iremia and Black Grace opened on November 20th. The 13th Floor's Carin Newbould was there. Here is her report.

Thom Monckton: The Artist & The King of Taking – Q Theatre: Review

Thom Monckton performs two delightful acrobatic comedy clown shows at Auckland’s Q Theatre, which are masterclasses in the art of minimalist comedy theatre.

A Traveller’s Guide To Turkish Dogs – Q Theatre: Oct 18, 2022

A Traveller’s Guide to Turkish Dogs is a hilarious shaggy dog story whilst also being a tall tale of Homeric proportions. Made even more...

The Wasp – Q Theatre: September 15, 2022 (Theatre Review)

The Wasp is a dark psychological thriller about the intertwined lives of two women who started as best friends as children until one became...