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LETTERS

Andrew Lloyd Webber spoke wisdom in his condemnation of provision of the arts in schools (News, January 11). Charging for music tuition outside school...

Like many of your readers, I was delighted to see Vicky Featherstone top The Stage 100 (this publication’s list of the most influential individuals...

Regarding your poll on phone use in theatres, I am the artistic director of a company that makes and tours theatre for families. We...

Regarding your poll on how to refer to female performers (Comment, December 7), there is an asymmetry in these terms. ‘Actor’ can mean a female...

In the wake of recent sexual harassment allegations, we need to examine the role of agents. https://www.thestage.co.uk/news/2017/kevin-spacey-investigation-claim-emerges-that-old-vic-did-receive-complaint-of-inappropriate-behaviour-during-his-tenure/ What part should actors’ agents have played when such...

For the record, I was watching Glengarry Glen Ross when Robert Glenister was taken ill (‘Stage fright is a gut-rotting terror even for the...

I was saddened but not remotely surprised to read that 25% of theatre websites “fail disabled fans”. I would go further and say many...

In light of reports and allegations across our industry on sexual harassment and unacceptable behaviour, we welcome the contents of the code of behaviour...

I read with interest your Editor’s View on employment practices (‘All theatre workers need HR support’, November 2, p6). Speaking from experience, human relations staff...

In response to last week’s front-page story about the planned closure of Harkers in south-east London (Final curtain for historic scene-painting studio, October 26),...

Following Erica Whyman’s piece (‘In the wake of Weinstein, we must get our own house in order’, October 19), what about increasing the number...

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...
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