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Gender equality in theatre Amy Stutz

INSIDE | Victoria Sadler Highlights the Lack of Female Playwrights & Gender Equality in the Arts Industry

Last year, 80 plays opened across the top London theatres; The Royal Court, National Theatre, Young Vic, Donmar Warehouse, Almeida Theatre and the Old Vic. Of those 80 new plays that opened, only 26.25% were written by women. The percentage itself doesn’t even reflect the industry as it is boosted by The Royal Court where…

INTERVIEW | Tania Azevedo Talks Championing Female Voices on Stage in The Toyboy Diaries

The Hope Mill Theatre are championing new musical theatre with their upcoming production of the Toyboy Diaries, a sharp and witty musical comedy based on Wendsy Sailisbury’s bestselling memoir. The world premiere production is directed by Tania Azevedo who isn’t shy to new musicals; “My experience up to date has been in new musical theatre,…

MISS SAIGON. Ashley Gilmour 'Chris' and Ryan O'Gorman 'John' and Company. Photo by Manuel Harlan.jpg

INTERVIEW | Ryan O’Gorman & Gerald Santos on Capturing the Emotion of Miss Saigon

Cameron Mackintosh’s triumphant musical that tells the tale of a tragic romance through the heartbreaking Vietnam War boasts powerful musical numbers and an abundance of intense emotion. With the production embarking on a UK tour, people all around the country better bulk-buy their tissues in order to prepare for this heart-rendering show. I spoke to…

Exploring the Illuminati through dance with choreographer Rosie Kay

“‘Fake News’ and ‘Alternative Facts’ have become the news, and the fragile balance of trust between truth, the news, our leaders and the media has been fractured,” writes Rosie Kay, award-winning choreographer about her latest show MK Ultra, that looks at the idea of conspiracy theories in pop culture through powerfully hypnotic dance. Established in 2014, Rosie…

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