Another Spider-Man injury, paying for applause at the Bolshoi, whether Denzel is too old to be cast, and more theatre news from the past week.
Rebecca (maybe) rises from the grave, Sondheim gets the HBO doc treatment and lap dances are theatrical performances (or so some Philly strip clubs claim) and more theatre news from the week.
Glee‘s Cory Monteith found dead, Hawaii’s problem with arts ed, who will succeed Kevin Spacey as the head of the Old Vic and more theatre news from the week.
Ethics and theatre, Bloomberg the Arts Mayor, Demystifying the MFA, and why Bette Midler will never be in Mame on Broadway.
Tupac’s Broadway dreams come true, Neil LaBute simmers down, and producer Ken Davenport caters to the lowest common denominator.
New York theatre loses more critical coverage, Daniel Radcliffe and the discrepancy between race and disability in theatre, a London company teaches the financial system to 5-year-olds.
Tony Awards wrap-up, Neil LaBute takes on critic David Cote and Mary Zimmerman’s “racism is in the eye of the beholder.”
Outer Critics Circle nominees are announced, American Psycho becomes a musical and London gets a new mini-Globe theatre.