New York

Sales of George Orwell’s novel, 1984, have skyrocketed since the inauguration of Donald Trump. It's an apt moment for Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan’s...

New York theatre has lost two of its leading critics in one week amid concerns from commentators that theatre coverage in the city is...

The stories of arts critics losing their posts have made for a sad and continuing saga in recent years as both print and broadcast outlets let go...

With contrived accents and mannered performances, Terry Kinney's production of Arthur Miller's The Price lacks genuine dramatic punch. The tension in this family drama...

The Royal Court premiere of Penelope Skinner's Linda in late 2015 was overshadowed by the withdrawal, just three days before the first preview, of...

Last week, the New York Times laid off its second-string full-time theatre critic, Charles Isherwood, who, since 2004, has covered the theatrical beat alongside...

I was born just slightly late to remember, let alone participate in, the protest culture of the latter part of the 1960s and early...

Chekhov's unfinished, untitled early play, sometimes known by the name of its lead character, Platonov, is supposedly rarely performed. Yet over the past 12...

This new musical adaptation of Tolstoy’s War and Peace, which started life Off-Broadway at a 99-seat theatre, has been scaled up for Broadway. Director...
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