Beyond

8 Mar – 16 Mar | $28 – $78

The line between human and beast becomes even fuzzier in this quirky show from one of the world’s finest contemporary circus companies. Read more

An Iliad

12 Mar – 14 Mar | $28 – $58

Performed by True Blood star Denis O’Hare, this powerful one-man show uses Homer’s 2,800-year-old epic poem to explore humanity’s attraction to violence, destruction and chaos. Read more

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My Stories Your Emails

8 Mar – 15 Mar | $38 – $48

Fame, obsession and censorship in the brave new world of social media are examined in this hilarious and thought-provoking solo show. Read more

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Pasefika

22 Feb – 16 Mar | $49 – $55

Parisian sensibilities and South Pacific culture collide in Adam NZ Play Award winner Stuart Hoar’s dazzling re-imagining of French artist Charles Meryon’s life in 1860s Paris. Read more

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Tom Crean - Antarctic Explorer

Sold Out | 6 Mar – 13 Mar | $38 – $48

Hear the riveting true stories of Antarctic explorer Tom Crean’s adventures and courage in the face of impossible odds in this award-winning one-man show. Read more

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Paniora!

26 Feb – 5 Mar | $53 – $58

This passionate family odyssey by Arts Foundation Laureate Briar Grace-Smith captures a whānau fighting to preserve its unique heritage. Read more

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Subtlemobs: Our Broken Voice

21 Feb – 6 Mar | FREE

Step into the tense fiction of Our Broken Voice – a subtlemob about trust and suspicion in public spaces. Read more

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Subtlemobs: As If It Were The Last Time

1 Mar | FREE

See the world with fresh eyes and make new connections to the people and places surrounding you in this one-off event that is shaped by its audience. Read more

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Bullet Catch

22 Feb – 28 Feb | $38 – $48

A smash hit off-Broadway and at the National Theatre, London, this theatrical magic show features a stunt so dangerous that even Houdini refused to attempt it. Read more

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Unmythable

Sold Out | 25 Feb – 7 Mar | $38 – $48

One show. Three actors. All the Greek myths. Heroes, monsters and randy gods go head-to-head in a hilarious and unforgettable journey through the greatest tales ever told. Read more

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream (As You Like It)

27 Feb – 2 Mar | $28 – $78

Six-metre-high puppets, acrobats, singers and a little dog who may very well steal the show all feature in this magical Dream for dreamers, originally commissioned by the Royal Shakespeare Company. Read more

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Black Faggot

25 Feb – 1 Mar | $38 – $48

Filthy and funny, raw and emotional, Victor Rodger’s runaway hit of the 2013 Auckland Fringe will make you laugh, cry and believe in the power of love. Read more

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Needles and Opium

21 Feb – 24 Feb | $28 – $78

Revisited 20 years after its inception, this acclaimed play by "consumate theatrical sorcerer" (The Telegraph) Robert Lepage explores the complex relationships between addiction, obsession and art. Read more

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Our Broken Voice/As If It Were The Last Time - Festival Talk

22 Feb | FREE

Find out how Duncan Speakman of Circumstance came up with the format for subtlemobs, and how he uses his knowledge of theatre and technology to create these immersive experiences. Read more

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An Iliad-Festival Talk

13 Mar | FREE

Cutting-edge director Lisa Peterson will share her insights into the creation of An Iliad. Read more

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The Crimson House-Festival Talk

6 Mar | FREE

Hear MAU’s founder and director Lemi Ponifasio talk about the creation of their latest work. Read more

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A Midsummer Night's Dream (As You Like It) - Festival Talk

28 Feb | FREE

Hear Dmitry Krymov, the innovative Russian director, talk about his inventive staging of this magical comedy. The show's littlest star may also make an appearance. Read more

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Paniora!-Festival Talk

27 Feb | FREE

Join Arts Foundation Laureate Briar Grace-Smith and Auckland Theatre Company’s Artistic Director Colin McColl talking about the process of bringing ¡Paniora! to the stage. Read more