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Great stuff is happening in theatre. Here are some important, insightful, or entertaining theatre stories from around the globe.
Playwright Anthony Neilson has a suggestion: don’t be so boring.
Is podcasting the future of musical theatre? The New York Times argues that it might be.
The Guardian has a photo gallery of the National Theatre’s production of Angels in America.
Corey Stoll, who played Brutus in the controversial Trump-themed Julius Caesar, wrote an artist perspective piece about the experience for Vulture.
A petition is launched against Chicago theatre critic Hedy Weiss.
Former theatre editor David Cote reflects on the changing landscape of theatre journalism.
A brief history of the gender parity movement in theatre, from HowlRound.
The New York Times spoke to three playwrights who are bringing the issue of gun violence to the stage.
For The Guardian, Lyn Gardner argues that theatres should cut down on pompous, inaccessible jargon.
Future iPhones and iPads may have “theatre mode” for use in cinemas (and theatres).