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US theatre

Two years ago, Taylor Mac combined eight three-hour shows into a one-off event that saw the performer on stage for a full day. Now...

Unlike going to a museum, where what we see has been curated for us, attending the performing arts is a self-curated experience. We choose,...

Carole Rothman, artistic director of New York's Second Stage, caused a bit of a stir last year. At the launch event ahead of the...

The New York Times has caused something of a stir with a piece ranking the best 25 American plays written since Tony Kushner’s landmark...

As the actor makes her West End debut in Bartlett Sher’s Tony award-winning revival of The King and I, she talks to Mark Shenton...

The 2017-2018 Broadway season ended on Sunday. A Broadway League press release duly followed with the year's statistics, under a headline trumpeting the “Best...

For generations, US network television has done a successful job of telling the stories of doctors and lawyers, police officers and private detectives. Of...

It is not unusual, I suspect, for theatregoers to imagine themselves living inside the homes that are created on stage. Regardless of the period,...

As the film industry continues to grapple with declining audiences in US movie theatres, thanks in no small part to the welter of original...
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