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Broadway

Thomas Meehan was a master flatterer who carved a successful and lucrative career by translating the work of others into a raft of musicals...

Blogger Victoria Sadler recently ignited a hornet's nest with a survey of where women playwrights stand in the hierarchy of what she designated London's...

Shell suits, big shoulder pads, Dallas, Margaret Thatcher, Starlight Express... remember the 1980s? For British theatre, the decade may be best remembered as the era...

Venues across the West End will dim their lights on Friday, September 15, in memory of the founder of Royal Shakespeare Company, Peter Hall. Hall...

There's an idea that critics should be a blank page (but hopefully not an empty mind) – ready and receptive to what is put...

Let’s say the average Broadway show spends $100,000 every week – a general figure, though, in the neighbourhood of accuracy – on marketing and...

Broadway producer turned legendary director Hal Prince was born, he reminds us in this lovingly assembled revue tribute, the year after the original production...

I was supposed to be in Edinburgh last week, but instead, as I've already described here, I had to get myself checked out at...

There are times when I really wish I could have access to a Tardis, and have it take me back to an earlier Broadway...
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