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US theatre

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...

In the usual run of things, Broadway specialises in musicals and London in plays. The typical transatlantic traffic between these two world capitals of English-speaking...

Legal battle over Harry Potter and Dear Evan Hansen USA/SAN FRANCISCO Nederlander of San Francisco has gone to court to block Harry Potter and the Cursed...

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...
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