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Public Theater

One line started it. “You know that he loved you, don’t you?” That was the moment in Nick Payne’s A Life when tears began...

The award-winning playwright and director has scored a series of Broadway transfers from his Chicago theatre. He tells Howard Sherman why community-generated plays come...

As the daughter of famous performers, Kate Burton has forged her own distinguished stage career, known for playing Chekhov and Shakespeare as well as...

You’re welcome to claim it as a failing of the American educational system, but I made it through university without ever being required to...

From the moment I entered the foyer of the National Theatre one evening last month, I could tell something was new. The atmosphere felt...

Much has been written about the breaking of the fourth wall, that imaginary barrier at the edge of a proscenium stage, clearly defining the...

Mike Lew’s Teenage Dick is a high school-set tongue-in-cheek tragicomedy that riffs on Richard III. Discontent with being class secretary, and wanting to rise in...

"There will be days and days and days like this”, are the famous closing words of Plenty, David Hare's 1978 play. Since then, he...

While Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is urging its audience to #KeepTheSecrets, Daniel Radcliffe is Off-Broadway starring in a play that exposes just...
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