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Another day, another Arthur Miller opening in London in a season that sees a plethora of the American playwright’s work popping up across the...

These days it is virtually impossible to separate people from their phones. And despite strenuous efforts by theatres that make repeated announcements to ask...

An entirely original Broadway musical – that’s to say, not based on a book, movie, play, or TV show and not using music previously...

The perception of Henrik Ibsen’s work in the UK is often told through the prism of a period piece, of people from 100 years...

Something of a dream team has been assembled for this stage adaptation of Joseph Mankiewicz’s 1950 black-and-white classic film about a Broadway icon and...

Two experienced actors currently playing in the West End have responded very differently to breaches of audience etiquette during their shows. Writing in The Stage,...

With delays of six months not uncommon, voice actors are often paid long after their work has aired. Jon Dryden Taylor looks at ways...

Playwrights, like fashions, go in and out of style, and in 2019 Arthur Miller is back in a big way in London. Ahead of...

It started off like every company manager’s nightmare. A show’s star is taken ill (brief panic) but it’s okay, the understudy can step in...

Lyn Gardner on Berkoff/Mamet I disagree with Lyn Gardner (Back off Berkoff and Mamet – women own the #MeToo story) on the question of ‘ownership’....

Albert Finney’s death is a huge loss to stage and screen, but it has also served as a lightning rod for wider conversations around...
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