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US theatre

Every morning, there are queues. Before the sun has risen high enough to clear the skyscrapers that surround Times Square, while teams from the...

When Ain’t Misbehavin’ became a Broadway hit in 1978, the music of Fats Waller at its core was roughly 45 years old. Perhaps forgotten...

The US will cease to be a majority-white populated country between 2040 and 2045 according to several reports on census population projections. But some...

If I told you that the Berkshires is a region in Western Massachusetts, named for a range of low mountains that start in Connecticut...

Provincetown, a historic town at the farthest tip of Cape Cod where the pilgrim voyagers aboard the Mayflower first made landfall in 1620 before...

Making theatre about US politics is fraught. Whether he is deliberately snubbed or consciously included, shades of Trump abound in narrative injustices, narcissistic characters,...

The ‘theatre etiquette’ article is a staple on the arts pages, periodically erupting in publications and on websites, and typically prompted by overt examples...

With shows such as Drunk Shakespeare and ShakesBeer offering evenings of alcoholic consumption and classical theatre in almost equal measure, it would not be...

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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