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Profiles & Features


Interview: Paul Miller

Posted on Jul 25, 2014 in Profiles & Features | 0 comments

Published in The Stage, 24.06.2014 Paul Miller was four when Sam Walters and Auriol Smith founded the Orange Tree theatre above a pub in...

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LIFT Off: Mark Ball

Posted on Jun 7, 2014 in Profiles & Features | 0 comments

Published in The Stage, 29.05.2014 It’s 2010, a gorgeous June day. From a glass booth on the South Bank, a makeshift internet café,...

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Johnny Got His Gun: A Torso and a Train of Thought

Posted on May 24, 2014 in Profiles & Features | 0 comments

Published in the Guardian, 20.05.2014 After being hit by a shell towards the end of the first world war, Joe Bonham wakes from a coma to...

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Designers: Doing It For Themselves

Posted on May 24, 2014 in Profiles & Features | 0 comments

Published in The Stage, 01.05.2014 Design is often considered a secondary element in theatre. It exists to serve something else, be that a...

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Carl Djerassi: The Pill and the Plays

Posted on May 4, 2014 in Profiles & Features | 0 comments

Published by the Guardian, 29.04.2014 Theatre often makes grandiose claims about changing the world. But it’s hard to think of a...

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Script Support: How theatre feeds the screen

Posted on May 4, 2014 in Profiles & Features | 0 comments

Published by Guardian Culture Pros, 24.04.2014 A name in the closing credits may lack the profile of a famous face but without theatrical...

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Interview: Alistair McDowall

Posted on Apr 30, 2014 in Profiles & Features | 0 comments

Published by the Guardian, 26.04.2014 Alistair McDowall’s debut play, Brilliant Adventures, looked like social realism. It took us...

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Why British theatre is no longer skipping schools

Posted on Apr 30, 2014 in Profiles & Features | 0 comments

Published by the Guardian, 22.04.2014 Michael Fentiman can remember the sort of theatre company that would visit his school: “Three...

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Interview: Mike Bartlett

Posted on Apr 29, 2014 in Profiles & Features | 0 comments

Published in The Stage, 17.04.2014 You might call Mike Bartlett the Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde of British playwrighting. There is standard...

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Catch-22: How the cult classic was adapted for the stage

Posted on Apr 22, 2014 in Profiles & Features | 0 comments

Published in The Independent, 16.04.2014 Catch-22 has long since left its story behind. The syllogism that lent its name to Joseph...

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