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And this is why I was a closeted conservative when I worked on Broadway

They don't want a dialogue, they want a monologue.
Creators of Play That Ivanka Trump Saw With Justin Trudeau Want to ‘Bridge the Divide’

Creators of Play That Ivanka Trump Saw With Justin Trudeau Want to ‘Bridge the Divide’

"It feels important to us to tell a story about people being welcomed off a plane"
Creators of Play That Ivanka Trump Saw With Justin Trudeau Want to ‘Bridge the Divide’

Creators of Play That Ivanka Trump Saw With Justin Trudeau Want to ‘Bridge the Divide’

"It feels important to us to tell a story about people being welcomed off a plane"
Why It's Kicking Off Everywhere review – Paul Mason restages global protests

Why It's Kicking Off Everywhere review – Paul Mason restages global protests

Young Vic, London The audience play their part in the Arab Spring and debate whether Occupy curbed capitalist power as the journalist interrogates a decade of revoltThis live incarnation of Guardian
Just do it: the experience economy and how we turned our backs on ‘stuff’

Just do it: the experience economy and how we turned our backs on ‘stuff’

New figures show we are continuing to spend less money on buying things, and more on doing things – and telling the world about it online afterwards, of course. From theatres to pubs to shops,
Arts education is a postcode lottery. Britain must invest for post-Brexit theatre | Nicholas Hytner

Arts education is a postcode lottery. Britain must invest for post-Brexit theatre | Nicholas Hytner

Politicians talk up our world-beating arts scene — then cut the classes teaching children creativity through drama, art and musicThe creative industries haven’t had much of a look-in during this
Kevin Spacey goes presidential at the Tony awards – video

Kevin Spacey goes presidential at the Tony awards – video

Kevin Spacey appears as his House of Cards character President Francis Underwood at the 2017 Tony awards on Sunday, poking fun at a rambling Bette Midler acceptance speech and impersonating former

Corporations hypocritically abandon support for Trump-resembling production of Shakespeare’s Caesar

They’re catering to uninformed outrage, not taking any moral high ground.CREDIT: New York’s Public TheatreThis weekend, Fox News and Donald Trump, Jr. ginned up outrage over a New York City production

A Play About Syria as a Country in a Coma

Alia Malek writes about “While I Was Waiting,” a play by Mohammed Al Attar that uses unconsciousness as a metaphor for Syria’s war-torn paralysis.

Postscript: Sam Shepard, Who Brought Rage and Rebellion Onstage, Dies at Seventy-Three

John Lahr writes about the playwright Sam Shepard, who died last week, and his groundbreaking theatre productions such as “Operation Sidewinder” and “The Tooth of Crime.”

Sam Shepard’s Soul

Hilton Als remembers the late playwright and actor Sam Shepard and writes about Shepard’s connection to black music.

London Calling: Five Plays in Five Days

Cynthia Zarin writes about attending five plays in London in five days, on a journey similar to one she took with her grandmother, in 1972.

Kathleen Chalfant’s Sure-Footed Gusto

In “For Peter Pan on Her 70th Birthday,” she brings her characteristic intelligence to the role of a woman who returns to her home-town children’s theatre.

In Defense of the Standing Ovation

Michael Schulman writes a defense of the standing ovation at the conclusion of Broadway shows, a custom that some theatregoers have started to question.

Elizabeth McGovern Comes to Broadway in “Time and the Conways”

A revival of J. B. Priestley’s 1937 drama, starting previews Sept. 14, may help fill the “Downton Abbey”-shaped hole in your heart.

Cole Escola’s Menagerie of Kitsch

The star of the alt-cabaret scene brings his impish humor to Joe’s Pub in “Help! I’m Stuck.”

Remembering Michael Friedman

Sarah Larson writes about the New York theatre composer J. Michael Friedman, who died on Saturday, at the age of forty-one.
Rita, Sue and Bob today: Andrea Dunbar's truths still haunt us

Rita, Sue and Bob today: Andrea Dunbar's truths still haunt us

Dunbar’s bleakly funny tale of a menage a trois captured 80s austerity. What can her defiant heroines tell audiences today? ‘This is life,” Andrea Dunbar told the Yorkshire Post in 1987, defending the

An Ecstatic Return for Two Dances by Pina Bausch

Cassie da Costa writes about productions of Pina Bausch’s “The Rite of Spring” and “Café Müller” at BAM, in Brooklyn.