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US theatre

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

Instead of bemoaning the uncertainty of the upcoming Broadway season, which I'm given to doing around this time every year, I find myself moved...

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...

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

“Maybe someday your name will be in lights,” Chuck Berry sang in one of his early rock'n'roll hits. Though Berry would never have imagined...

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

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...
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