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colour-blind casting

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...

A Welsh opera company has been forced to defend the “racist” casting of Caucasian actors in an opera set in a Chinese restaurant. Industry figures,...

An American producer has claimed he had the rights to Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? withdrawn by Edward Albee's estate after he cast a...

At a time when the very existence of the arts is being threatened by the philistine act of abolishing drama, dance, music and art...

I recently attended a casting panel with three female casting directors, who spoke very candidly and honestly about the industry. It was of no...

One of the things I love about theatre is that it isn’t a solitary activity. It can happen only when a group of people...

I've previously addressed the ongoing debate on the all-white casting of Half a Sixpence, in which I cited the show's book writer Julian Fellowes...

Having read both Matthew Hemley (‘Camp cliches and all-white casts? Welcome to musical theatre in 2016’, thestage.co.uk, November 18) and Mark Shenton (column, February...

If you go to see Half a Sixpence, you will see as many banjos as The Music Man has trombones. But something is missing,...
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