OPINION

Last week, The Stage's careers advisor John Byrne wrote about the jobs people in the theatre industry do to make ends meet. This week...

‘Emerging’ has positive connotations, such as butterflies coming out of chrysalises and sunrises, but when I think of emerging in the context of theatre...

Theatre can make you forget time – or be acutely aware of its passing. This was brought into sharp relief for me with separate...

It comes as no particular surprise that Donald Trump has made it known he’d like to eliminate the National Endowment for the Arts. It...

I’m a big fan of David Henry Hwang’s writing and wanted to come on board as casting director for his play Chinglish at London’s...

Last week I listed my favourite directors of the classics, and today it's the turn of directors whose work in musicals I am a...

An American in Paris in London. That's the situation at the Dominion Theatre for the time being, as Christopher Wheeldon's acclaimed musical, having played in Paris...

As a researcher, you might imagine I’d welcome the news that Arts Council England has set aside up to £2.7 million for a grand...

Online ticketing has become a modern-day wild west, so it was satisfying to see Viagogo getting both barrels at the House of Commons culture...

On press nights at Bristol Old Vic, I like to spend a few moments invoking the memory of Sarah Macready, our general manager in...

I have just spent the past week at the Adelaide Fringe. It was my 11th visit to the event and this year I also took...

Back in January, I wrote a love letter to the Barbican’s doors and the swish that seals the space shut. Turns out quite a...
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