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Howard Sherman

Just as the holiday displays seem to go up in stores earlier and earlier every year, so is it with arts critics’ annual best-of...

The travails of arts criticism have been well chronicled, but the constantly shifting sands and changing players in the US warrant a status update. These...

If, as the saying goes, writing about music is like dancing about architecture, what is one to make of an opera co-created by an...

Swilling champagne and wearing sunglasses, a dog, whose briefcase declares him to be with Mega Stage Productions, announces to his startled pig companion: “Hamlet,...

Lots of digital ink, and not a little actual ink, has been used reporting and opining on the events that have surrounded The Public...

During the dark days of the Lord Chamberlain's Office, which controlled British theatrical output between the years of 1824 and 1968, all new plays...

A series of theatrical furores have erupted recently, from Australia to America, that illustrate the widening reach of social media to put things under...

There are two headlines on The Stage website today that grabbed my attention, and prove the financial extremes of this business we called show. On...

I've been charting the rising tide of arts and theatre journalists made redundant, particularly in America, regularly in this blog, but it only started...
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