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Editor's picks

What an awful moment for Venus in Fur to arrive in the West End. With stories of Hollywood's deep-seated misogyny dominating the news, David...

Nominations have now opened for The Stage Awards 2018, which include categories celebrating innovation, sustainability and the industry’s unsung hero. The awards, now in their...

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This week's production news includes a UK tour of Madagascar the musical and the casting of Ian McKellen as the voice of the demon...

Casting directory Spotlight has announced a partnership with the membership body that represents voice artists allowing them to subscribe to the castings service for...

The creative sector in the UK is facing a “major skills crisis” if freedom of movement ends post-Brexit without a replacement that can support...

Theatre fans who identify as liberal can be “incredibly elitist” in their attitude towards musical theatre, director Dominic Cooke has claimed. Cooke said he detests...

In the late 1970s, punk band Oxy and the Morons nearly made it, coming within a pen-stroke of signing with record label EMI, before they split up...

What an awful moment for Venus in Fur to arrive in the West End. With stories of Hollywood's deep-seated misogyny dominating the news, David...

A new award for backstage journalism, supported by The Stage, has been launched in memory of former UK Theatre president Ken Bennett-Hunter. The AK Bennett-Hunter...

Ibsen’s The Lady from the Sea is a strange and slippery play. Having been recently appointed as artistic director of the Young Vic, Kwame...

This week’s top theatre jobs and auditions on The Stage Jobs include production manager at English National Opera, senior costumer maker at Birmingham Repertory Theatre and...

Labour MP Tracy Brabin has claimed the English Baccalaureate is turning young people “into robots that regurgitate facts”, labelling it a “disaster” for British...

Harvey Weinstein has become the face of harassment, bullying and all that is bad within the entertainment industry. After the revelations of recent weeks,...

Science and art have much in common. Both disciplines ask big questions, both attract people who are inquisitive, both seek to inspire and provoke...
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