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Off-Broadway

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....

For its current shows, the West Village’s Rattlestick Playwrights Theater has radically redesigned its auditorium and ditched half the seats. Its artistic director Daniella...

Those who profoundly love theatre often speak of certain treasured performers as “true creatures of the stage”. While referring to people as creatures might...

Working in a producing theatre, it is not uncommon to hear a knock on the office door and find someone in full Elizabethan regalia,...

There is much pleasure to be had in rediscovering a show, an experience I recently had at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre’s revival of Little Shop of...

Almost everyone familiar with the process of getting a new musical to the stage will explain how prolonged and arduous it can be. A...

When the Tooting Arts Club set up its immersive Sweeney Todd at Harrington’s Pie and Mash in 2014, I doubt it was expecting the...
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