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Off-Broadway

US playwright Dominique Morisseau tells Howard Sherman about theatres’ responsibility to reach black audiences, discovering musical theatre workshops and writing the book for the...

New work may not be as rare as it once was in US regional theatre, but one festival that has championed the form for...

Off-Broadway’s National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene began a century ago by bringing international theatre to the Yiddish-speaking population. Today it brings Yiddish theatre to an...

Nothing has dulled Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s sharp-edged, caustic, comedic solo show, Fleabag, since it premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2013. What has changed since...

Those with puritanical sensibilities may want to stay away from Off-Broadway this spring. Opening shortly, just days apart, are these three plays: Actually, We’re...

When the New York Times slated his show, Be More Chill composer Joe Iconis thought his dream was dead. But lead producer Gerald Goehring...

Leah Nanako Winkler knew she wanted to be a writer when she was about seven. The playwright had been underestimated in her Japanese school...

From a host of London transfers including The Ferryman and Ink to musicals Moulin Rouge! and Beetlejuice, our New York critic Mark Shenton previews...

It’s all about the work for New York’s Lark theatre laboratory, which has helped develop Pulitzer Prize-winning plays and the careers of leading writers....
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