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British and Canadian theatregoers perusing social media may have had quite a start when they saw news that a Shakespeare theatre in Stratford had...

From a host of London transfers including The Ferryman and Ink to musicals Moulin Rouge! and Beetlejuice, our New York critic Mark Shenton previews...

As if calling a play What the Constitution Means to Me wasn’t didactic enough, audience members leave the Greenwich House Theater production with a...

It’s all about the work for New York’s Lark theatre laboratory, which has helped develop Pulitzer Prize-winning plays and the careers of leading writers....

Just as the holiday displays seem to go up in stores earlier and earlier every year, so is it with arts critics’ annual best-of...

From two-handers spawned above London pubs and subsidised productions to West End commercial hits, there are many different routes a show can take to...

When word came, following the long US holiday weekend, that the Broadway musical Head Over Heels would be closing, it couldn’t have been much...

New work is the lifeblood of theatre, pushing our perceptions of the world in new directions and telling us fresh stories. But theatre’s bedrock...

Despite his high profile at home, the composer has been largely unknown outside his native Australia – until now. He talks to Mark Shenton...
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