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OPINION

Have we got to the point where some theatre classics are unstageable, or at least only stageable with significant editing? A few weeks ago, I returned...

When I joined The Stage nearly 15 years ago, I wanted to be a theatre critic. It took me one week and two press...

Spare a thought for the dancers of the Australian Ballet company, who this week found themselves plunged into darkness mid-performance. How so, you ask? Was...

Tabard likes a happy news story. They’re few and far between in this day and age, let’s be honest. So when something positive comes...

Your article highlighting the under-representation of disabled students in UK drama schools makes a number of valid and timely points. However, it fails to reflect...

When The King and I opened at the London Palladium earlier this month, more than one critic trotted out the current favourite critical shorthand,...

On September 15, 2008, the Wall Street giant Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy – the devastating end to a story 158 years in the...

Making theatre about US politics is fraught. Whether he is deliberately snubbed or consciously included, shades of Trump abound in narrative injustices, narcissistic characters,...

I step on to the stage from behind seamless black serge, dressed in a turtle neck. “The future is here,” I say. A beat....

I auditioned for the current West End production of The King and I. But I very nearly didn't go. My (extremely) long-suffering agent will...

As Mamma Mia! sequel Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again opens in cinemas, we're asking: Which jukebox musical is your favourite? Which is your favourite...
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