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The poet Richard Marsh is winning praise in London for a one-man theatrical version of the action movie.
As a young man, Clint Dyer was appalled by a photograph from a blackface production of Shakespeare’s tragedy at the National Theater. Now, he is that playhouse’s deputy artistic director…
The enduring Agatha Christie whodunit, which has stumped West End theatergoers since 1952, will come to New York next year. (No spoilers, please.)
The authorities authorized seven new counts against the actor, including three for sexual assault. Mr. Spacey was already facing a criminal trial in Britain.
English National Opera lost its government subsidy, and the Royal Opera House received a 10-percent cut, with funding diverted to organizations outside London.
One family firm supplies seating for most of the West End’s theaters, from flexible new spaces to Victorian treasures. Its chief designer reveals some tricks and traps of the trade.
In an usual move for a major British theater, Daniel Evans and Tamara Harvey will jointly helm the major British theater troupe.
Even before the production debuted, it had inflamed a rancorous debate about sex and gender that plays out almost daily in Britain.
Over 1,000 stand-ups play the Edinburgh Festival Fringe each year, hoping for a big break. Some are already huge names elsewhere.
The Oscar-winning actor will face a trial in June 2023 — a rare example of a celebrity #MeToo case reaching that stage in Britain.
The Royal Shakespeare Company has cast a disabled actor to play the “deformed, unfinish’d” king for the first time. The choice has been hailed as a landmark moment.
The departure of Aurélie Dupont, who is leaving to focus on personal projects, follows a turbulent time at the esteemed company.
The proceedings are a rare example of a celebrity #MeToo case leading to criminal charges.
The actor will appear in a London court on Thursday to start what could be a lengthy trial process over multiple allegations of sexual assault.
Hundreds of ballet dancers and students fled Ukraine after Russia’s invasion. With opportunities scarce, many will have to keep moving if they want to keep dancing.
Mike Bartlett’s “The 47th” presents political turmoil in the United States for laughs. But some find it more like a horror story.
Punchdrunk’s “The Burnt City” adds techno and sake to the story of the fall of Troy, but it brought in a scholar of classical theater to get the details right.
Ballet has long been a symbol of Russian culture. Now it is becoming a symbol of Russian isolation.
The musical won seven awards at Britain’s equivalent of the Tonys. A puppet-filled adaptation of “Life of Pi” and a “Back to the Future” musical also won big.
Olga Smirnova said she was against the war in Ukraine “with all the fibers of my soul.” Now, she has joined the Dutch National Ballet.
The Belarus Free Theater’s members fled repression at home. The company’s latest show imagines a nightmare future of authoritarian Russian rule.
A revival of the 1966 musical, with Jessie Buckley as Sally Bowles, is up for 11 awards at Britain’s equivalent of the Tonys.
The director was set to stage a revival of “Into the Woods” in London. After a clash at the Old Vic theater, the much-anticipated production will now debut 115 miles away, in Bath, Engla…
Encouragements to mask up are hardening into mandates. But the new rules are coming from the playhouses, not the government.
In “The Walk,” a 12-foot tall, 9-year-old Syrian girl named Amal trekked from Turkey to Britain to find her mother. In a politically divided continent, were any minds changed?
The hit movie’s set was plagued by malfunctioning sharks and drunken feuds — perfect material for a night at the theater.
With mask wearing and proof of vaccination not legally required, it’s up to venues and audience members to make their own decisions about coronavirus safety.
Feuding stagehands, falling props: It might sound like the plot of an opera, but in France it has been the subject of a court case.
A devoted fan of the 1985 movie helped the London production’s creative team recreate the iconic time-traveling DeLorean, down to the last detail.
“Little Amal” is on a 5,000-mile journey from Turkey to Britain to highlight the plight of Syrian refugees. But in Greece, some have objected to her presence, saying it could encourage m…
Many London theaters are canceling performances, and people in the industry fear that more productions will have to close when England ends distancing and mask-wearing requirements next week.