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OPINION

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...

'In with the new, out with the old' seems to be the current theatrical mantra. All but one title in the rep of the...

Let’s start – where else? – with Lady Gaga. There’s a moment in her new fly-on-the-wall Netflix documentary when the singer Florence Welch turns...

As your online story observed (‘Theatre staff celebrate International Stage Management Day 2017’, thestage.co.uk, October 10), our annual celebration of stage managers has become...

Winter has come to the Theatreland. But it’s not quite the epic stage adaptation of George RR Martin’s Game of Thrones we’ve all been...

Recently, I’ve found myself reflecting on a brief news story I wrote in 2011 on a report revealing that bullying is more common in...

I’m working on a play set in a single room. I’ve done quite a few plays that are set in a single room, and...

It might be argued that adaptation can be a pointless endeavour. Why not just write a brand new play? But there is something in...

Last Sunday, Lyn Gardner, my fellow associate editor at The Stage, said: “If you want to see theatre’s future, get on a train.” She...

The companies of both opening ceremonies at the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics are great examples of how the UK excels at people’s theatre. Now, says Alan...
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