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Natasha Tripney

Natasha Tripney

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Natasha is The Stage's reviews editor and joint lead critic.

Recent Articles

When two become one: how double acts are creating theatre in lockdown

When two become one: how double acts are creating theatre in lockdown

For many double acts, lockdown has meant they are not able to be in the same room. So how do these theatremakers create shows while physically apart?
Romeo and Juliet

Romeo and Juliet

Simon Godwin creates a slick filmed production of Shakespeare’s play, inventively shot on the National Theatre’s Lyttelton stage and boasting a rich performance by Jessie Buckley as Juliet
Cultura clash: The Brazilian festival collaborating with UK artists

Cultura clash: The Brazilian festival collaborating with UK artists

Brazil’s Cultura Inglesa Festival has existed for nearly a quarter of a century, but this year it is exploring decolonisation and issues of diversity in the UK. The festival’s director and UK theatremakers tell Natasha Tripney about the power of cultural exchange
The Picture of Dorian Gray

The Picture of Dorian Gray

Fionn Whitehead plays a would-be influencer in Henry Filloux-Bennett’s ambitious, if convoluted, update of Oscar Wilde’s novel for the Instagram age – also starring Alfred Enoch, Emma McDonald, Joanna Lumley, Russell Tovey and Stephen Fry
Shows, interrupted: Oliver Twist by Ramps on the Moon – 'disability was put front and centre'

Shows, interrupted: Oliver Twist by Ramps on the Moon – 'disability was put front and centre'

Oliver Twist was forced to close during the first stop on its UK tour, Leeds Playhouse, leaving its team disappointed, but hoping they would one day be able to return to the production. They tell Natasha Tripney why the show was so special
The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby

The Wardrobe Ensemble presents an inventively scaled-down, two-person staging of F Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel
Theatremakers find it’s good to talk as phone shows take off in lockdown

Theatremakers find it’s good to talk as phone shows take off in lockdown

In the pandemic our phones have been more important than ever – some artists, such as Sophia Hatfield and companies WalkUpArts and Produced Moon, are also using them to make theatre
No media spin: How SBC helps asylum seekers and refugees tell their stories

No media spin: How SBC helps asylum seekers and refugees tell their stories

For the past 10 years, SBC Theatre has supported the work of asylum seekers and refugees and campaigned for change. The company’s artistic and executive directors, as well as those who have benefited from its projects, speak to Natasha Tripney about why the work is so important
Shook

Shook

Powerful filmed version of Samuel Bailey’s Papatango award-winning play about young men in the prison system
A vanishing industry: Will magic shows survive the pandemic?

A vanishing industry: Will magic shows survive the pandemic?

Magicians Piff the Magic Dragon, Ben Hart, Morgan and West and Laura London tell Natasha Tripney how they have adapted their act for online and socially distanced audiences and how the last few months have affected the magic industry
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