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Any producer or production-company – of any scale, subsidised or commercial – is eligible. Judged on criteria including (but not limited to) artistic quality,...

One of the most remarkable moments watching the current West End revival of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth’s musical Company is how, within a...

I started Hambledon Productions with my sister, Rachel, in 2007. It came from a lack of practical outlet following my university course, support from...

In 2006, Stephen Sondheim spoke about a turning point in his early career. As a young man trying to make it as a composer...

We critics have long accepted our role in the forever-hungry theatre publicity machine. In return for the access we are (mostly) freely given to...

This year, there have been two slow-burn musical success stories on either side of the Atlantic. In the UK, Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss’ Six is...

Commercial theatre occupies a strange world where art and business co-exist. Sometimes it’s a clash of cultures, as with Thriller Live, a live tribute...

A producer being pursued for more than £30,000 in alleged unpaid wages for a collapsed show has come under fire for continuing to stage...

Sonia Friedman has hit out at commercial theatre, claiming it is "anti-art, anti-creativity and anti-audience". She said she prefers to consider herself an independent producer...
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