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Production news round-up: Pet Shop Boys create new musical and HighTide announces programme of new writing at Edinburgh Fringe  Musicals West Side Story at the Royal Exchange in Manchester will return to the venue next year,...
BECTU and UK Theatre at loggerheads in dispute over pay  Entertainment union BECTU has accused UK Theatre of having a “callous disregard” for workers in a dispute over a joint pay agreement
Deaf actor makes RSC history by becoming first to understudy hearing role  A deaf actor has become the first at the Royal Shakespeare Company to understudy a hearing role using British Sign Language. Charlotte
Olivier Awards to shake-up categories and voting for 2020  Next year’s Olivier Awards are to be revamped, in a move that will see the removal of a standalone comedy prize and
A brilliant Berenice at the World Theatre Season, Aldwych Theatre, 50 years ago in The Stage  In April 1969, The Stage and Television Today (as we were then known) reported: “Théatre de la Cité opens World Theatre Season”.  A
Josie Rourke: Radical female directors not as celebrated as male ones  Outgoing Donmar Warehouse artistic director Josie Rourke has claimed female theatremakers who experiment with form and reinterpret works are being...
Arts and culture overtakes agriculture in contribution to UK economy  Arts and culture has now overtaken agriculture in its contribution to the UK economy, a report from Arts Council England has revealed.
Kick-start your acting career with a Scholarship to Rose Bruford College  Join the likes of Gary Oldman and Rosalie Craig by studying at Rose Bruford College, which is offering a full scholarship worth
Pet Shop Boys and Jonathan Harvey create new cabaret musical for Edinburgh Fringe  Pet Shop Boys have created a new cabaret musical that will premiere at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe, starring Frances Barber. Written
David Benedict: Form matters as much as content  Nominated for the 1991 Booker prize, Reading Turgenev by the late, great Irish novelist William Trevor lost out to Ben Okri’s The
Could musical theatre showcase at Joe Allen provide food for thought for producers?  Recognising that talented writers of new musicals were struggling to find spaces to present their work, composer AJ O’Neill formed Musical...
Jade Anouka and Susan Wokoma to feature in photo project celebrating black actresses  Actors including Jade Anouka and Susan Wokoma are to feature in a photography project celebrating black actresses on screen and stage. Fashion
Fairview playwright Jackie Sibblies Drury wins 2019 Pulitzer Prize for Drama  Playwright Jackie Sibblies Drury has won the 2019 Pulitzer Prize for Drama for her play Fairview. The Pulitzer Prize for Drama recognises
HighTide announces programme of new writing at Edinburgh Festival Fringe  Theatre company HighTide has partnered with the Assembly Roxy to showcase six new writing pieces at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. The programme,
Stage adaptation of My Beautiful Laundrette to premiere this year  A new stage adaptation of the Oscar-nominated film My Beautiful Laundrette will tour the UK later this year, it has been announced.
The Green Room: How do you deal with the wait after an audition?  Meet our panel: We have given our panellists pen-names and used stock images but their biographies reflect their real career details…?????????? Gary
Lauren McCrostie: Dyslexia need not be a barrier to a successful acting career  Being dyslexic seems incompatible with being an actor. Sufferers are renowned for struggling to read and write, which, you would think, would
Grace Smart: The art of conversation is an essential design skill  There is a certain level of irony in the concept of the ‘model box presentation’. Designers are possibly the furthest thing from
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