2017 Fortune Theatre Mainstage Season
Prepare for an exciting 2017 at Fortune Theatre! Between a world premiere, a celebration of one of our most beloved playwrights, a jam-packed family season AND two musicals, this is set to be a season you cannot miss!
This is a Season for our Dunedin community, we’re proud to have partnered with members of our theatre community to produce the beautiful imagery inside our 2017 Season Brochure. From staff and board members to designers and educators, we’re showcasing some of the faces that you might not see on stage but are vital to the work we do here at Fortune.
What Else is On
21-24 June | 7:30pm A comedy about love, death and preserves Rip the lid off a jar of utterly delicious theatre, bursting with wit, wonder and the faint whiff of death. Sasha, the blind receptionist of the crumbling Empire Hotel, knows she is cursed – everything she loves dies. But when true love finds her, […]MORE
Improsaurus is Dunedin’s own critically acclaimed improvised comedy troupe. Beginning in 2009 as a group of Otago University students looking for a creative outlet, Improsaurus has since grown and developed, gaining a great reputation within the Dunedin community. Improsaurus’ speciality is its own original brand of long form improv, and fresh, innovative formats.MORE
Underground Broadway kicks off 2017 with “Back To The Future.” With only eight performers for this showcase, we offer our audience a new perspective. Each performer will sing 2 separate songs from 2 separate eras. First, we go back to the Classic era of Broadway pre 1970, then we fast forward to the future of the Contemporary era continuing […]MORE
Barrier Ninja: A Unique Verbatim Play about Hauora is a one act verbatim play which explores the personal experiences of nine local Dunedin people about their hauora (health) and their interactions with the health system. (Devised by Fran Kewene. Directed by Julie Edwards. Actors Matawai Uitime-Nicolls, Donna Thompson and Fran Kewene.).MORE
Te Ao o ngā tokorima is a public presentation demonstrating theatre skills that can be used to devise and perform theatre. This workshop will be different every time and will be presented by local rangatahi and tamariki (Facilitators are Tarn Felton, Julie Edwards, Emere Leitch-Munro & Geogria Latu).MORE
Feste and Maria like having fun. Feste and Maria don’t like doing work. When the foul-tempered Malvolio begins prying into their fun they do what they do best, prank him! Based off of William Shakespeare’s 12th Night, What you Will promises to be an exciting romp for the whole family!MORE