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Birangona: Women of War

This is an affecting debut from the Komola Collective, a company set up to tell previously untold histories from women’s perspectives. After a year of research Leesa Gazi sets out to break the silence around the 200,000 Briangona – meaning brave – women, who were systematically raped and tortured while Bangladesh (then East Pakistan) fought for independence from Pakistan in...

A Steady Rain

The third season of UK premieres of American plays at the Ustinov continues to impress with this hard-edged Chicago street drama, first staged in the US in 2007, about two cops at the crossroads of their relationship. The play became a box office hit on Broadway in 2009 with Hugh Jackman and Daniel Craig playing the duo in a 12-week...

The Roaring Girl

The RSC’s Roaring Girls season begins, appropriately enough, with Dekker and Middleton’s city comedy of 1611 inspired by the life of Mary Frith, the infamous cross-dressing thief known as ‘Moll Cutpurse’,
Lisa Dillon plays Moll with a lion inked on her shoulder blade. She’s a swaggering, charismatic central presence, hair cut short, arms tattooed, but the nature of the play...

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In this week's issue

    Exclusively in the April 17 issue of The Stage
    • Thom Dibdin catches up with actor and playwright David Haig
    • Nick Smurthwaite interviews Russian polymath Andrei Konchalovsky
    • playwright Mike Bartlett talks to Matt Trueman
    • Honour Bayes talks to some of the key players behind the RSC's Roaring Girls season
    • Liz Arratoon meets current Queen Ratling Rosalie Kirkman
    • AK Bennett-Hunter previews this year's PLASA Focus event in Leeds