Should the Nazis be Put to Bed?
By Editorial Staff
Terry Gilliam’s new production of The Damnation of Faust for ENO, in which he sets large parts of the action in the Third Reich, raises the question of whether it’s time that Nazi
Top Five: Shakespeare Productions in 50 Years at the RSC
As the Royal Shakespeare Company turns 50, and kicks off its year-long 50th birthday season on the Bard's own birthday this Saturday (23 April 2011), Whatsonstage.com looks back at some of the ...
Worth a Read: Theatre Books Round-up - Apr 2011
By Laura Silverman Theatergoer Reporter
With Sienna Miller drawing rave reviews in Flare Path at the Haymarket and Anne-Marie Duff being praised for her electrifying performance in Cause Celebre at the Old Vic, we can't move
Johan Reuter discusses Rimsky-Korsakov's opera, The Tsar's Bride
Danish baritone Johan Reuter is not only a regular visitor to Covent Garden these days, but has established himself as a firm audience favourite. He has sung the title role in Wozzeck, create
Steven Berkoff On ... Acting His Way Out of Delinquency
By Theatergoer Reporter
Steven Berkoff - who opens tonight in One Man, a double bill of two of his one-act plays - looked set for a life of petty crime, as a boy growing up in the East End of London, where he was ...