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Alan Cumming

I've just had my eighth summer vacation, as they call them over in the US, in Provincetown, on the farthest point of Cape Cod...

Robert Schenkkan’s All The Way closed on June 29 after winning the Tony Award for Best Play and with Bryan Cranston capturing Best Actor...

Alan Cumming and Blythe Duff have won the best male and female performance awards at the annual Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland, held...

I've already reported on part of my New York week last week, when I wrote about seeing Once yet again there and Orphans (which...

Now that we've just despatched our own Olivier Awards for the year, it's time to turn our attentions across the Atlantic and the Tony...

The National Theatre of Scotland is facing a $20 million lawsuit brought by Jason Makula, an employee of Jazz at Lincoln Center, who claims...

The changing role of criticism in the internet age is being much discussed, not least in this column. And two events this week –...

Broadway's (over)crowded diary I know I routinely complain about an over-crowded press diary in the UK, where week in and week out we have so...

The Broadway producers of Alan Cumming's one-man Macbeth are taking no chances with the so-called curse connected to the play, posting a sign on...
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