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Lithuanian Theatre Agency would like to invite young theatre critics (students or former students up to 35 years) to take part in the fifth edition of the International conference for young theatre critics held in Vilnius. 597 more words

Curious Incident Review

Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time Review

5 stars by Charlotte Nelson

A UK Tour, with the National Theatre attached to it, automatically grabs my attention. 490 more words


A sad day for unbiased theatre coverage in Portland | After 114 episodes, 5 Useless Degrees calls it quits

Some sad news popped up in the feed this week. After 114 episodes, the interesting, searching and independent Portland theatre podcast 5 Useless Degrees and a Bottle of Scotch (5UDBS) 462 more words

Dodging a Broadway bullet on HAND TO GOD thanks to Misha Berson of the Seattle Times

Broadway has a truly otherworldly marketing genius for convincing experienced theatregoers who should know better that “this is a groundbreaking show”.

All those other ones weren’t. 642 more words

SATTF Romeo and Juliet

Apart from a brief foray into Much ado about Nothing in 2011, I’m the first to admit that I would’t often voluntarily watch a Shakespeare play after GCSE English put me through the Shakespeare ringer. 558 more words


Adieu Flying Inkpot: What Now?

And just like that, one of our cultural institutions in its own right has decided to call it a day.

The theatre and dance arm of… 1,696 more words


Writing Home: The Plays of Tena Štivičić

Published by SAVAGE Magazine.

From the collapse of monarchism to fascism, communism and the growth of capitalism, few European countries can claim to have had as turbulent a history as Croatia. 807 more words

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