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June, 2015

Theatre's must see the Audience as Collaborators
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Edinburgh Festival 2015: What to see
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April, 2015
  
Want to save your local theatre? Buy a ticket for a friend
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Missing in action: meet the invisible stars of contemporary drama 
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March, 2015

10 Traits of Theatre-Making in the 21st Century
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Theatre: UK's debating chamber
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February, 2015
 
Stunning stage designs from around the world – in pictures

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25 Most Important Plays Every Actor Should Read
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January, 2015
 
Sarah Kane: Why can’t theatre be as gripping as footie?

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The public only likes ‘thesps’ if they’re national treasures. Why are we embarrassed by acting?
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August, 2014

What Are Some of the Telltale Signs of a Bad Actor?
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Why has British theatre left diversity offstage?
As long as theatre's gatekeepers remain predominantly white and middle class, we are never going to achieve a cultural equality that reflects the rich and diverse society we live in, says Bush artistic director Madani Younis

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July, 2014

Tony Awards 2014
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June, 2014

Michael Gambon: 'You just do it. That's what acting is'
From Harold Pinter to Harry Potter, Michael Gambon has worked with all the greats
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Theatres are doing more with less but is value for money overtaking quality?Lorne Campbell, artistic director of Northern Stage, asks if theatres are doing the best thing they can, or only the best in the current circumstances.
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May, 2014

Tony Awards 2014
Stephen Fry, Woody Allen and Chris O'Dowd have all received nominations in this year's awards
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Admit it: most of us don't understand Shakespeare
As the world celebrates Shakespeare's 450th birthday, Dominic Cavendish explains why seeing the plays in performance is not enough.
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Shakes on a Plane
Actors break world record to perform Shakespeare at 37,000ft
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April, 2014

Behind Barbed Wire, Shakespeare Inspires a Cast of Young Syrians
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March, 2013

Ten Things Theaters Need to Do Right Now to Save Themselves
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October, 2013

Which plays best represent the countries they hail from?
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July, 2013

Tony Awards 2013
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June, 2013

Jeeves and Wooster to take to West End stage in Perfect Nonsense
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Twice bitten: how we adapted Let the Right One In for the stage

Vampirology, diving lessons, advanced Rubik's cube training – director John Tiffany recalls in his production diary how he got his cast to sink their teeth into his stage adaptation of 2008 horror classic Let the Right One In.
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