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15 theatre faces to look out for in 2015

A new year, a new crop of theatrical talent; we pick 15 rising stars you should keep your eye on

Mark Strong joins theatre elitism debate: 'The important thing is what you do about it'

Strong has called for more action from the industry to support working class actors

12 reasons to be jealous of Broadway right now

From Emma Stone to Anne Hathaway, Aladdin to Finding Neverland, we can't help but be green with envy about the Great White Way

NYT alumni offer their audition advice - 'just hit the ball!'

As auditions open for their next intake, the National Youth Theatre asks some of their former students for their tips on getting through an audition

A few of my favourite things: Joseph's Marcus Collins

Meryl Streep and Bette Midler feature in the X Factor star's favourite things

Twelfth Night (Crucible Theatre)
By Sophie Bush

Jonathan Munby's Twelfth Night is "the best Shakespeare production to come out of Sheffield Theatres for some years"

Calamity Jane (Watermill, Newbury)
By Judi Herman

Rip-roaring shenanigans, cross-dressing and a musical high in the Black Hills of Dakota

Hay Fever (Bath Theatre Royal)

Hay Fever is superficial but handsomely mounted with a terrific turn by Felicity Kendall at its heart.

La traviata (Glyndebourne)

Verdi's most popular opera, sensationally played and sung, crowns the 2014 Glyndebourne season

La finta giardiniera (Glyndebourne)

A charming early opera by Mozart makes its first appearance at Glyndebourne