Cabaret (Tour - Wirral)
By Michael Hunt
Pint-sized dancer Wayne Sleep has reprised the role of Emcee in Bill Kenwright’s touring production of John Kander and Fred Ebb’s musical Cabaret. His interaction with the audienc
Roberto Alagna and Elina Garanca Talk to WOS
By Simon Thomas
To sit in a small room with Roberto Alagna and Elina Garanca is to be engulfed by operatic glamour. She is cool, blonde and stunningly beautiful and he‘s the ruggedly handsome half of one of ope
Tune In: Theatre CDs & DVDs Round-up - Oct 2009
By Catherine Surowiec Theatergoer Reporter
Welcome to October's Whatsonstage.com CD and DVD round-up - the leaves may be turning but the beat goes on! This month’s Editor’s Pick is the much-awaited DVD and CD of Chess in Concert
Best of This Week's Theatre Blogs - 1 Oct 2009
By Corinne Furness Theatergoer Reporter
This week there was chance to peek into a conversation between theatre makers as Chris Goode blogged a series of emails exchanged between himself and Julia Lee Barkley of Apocryphal Theatre. Spannin
Amanda Echalaz Talks About Turandot and Tosca
By Editorial Staff
During the Summer, while rehearsing Un ballo in maschera for Opera Holland Park, Amanda Echalaz received a phone call from the Royal Opera House. The next night she was on stage as Tosca, ...
Rutherford and Son (Tour - Newcastle)
Rutherford and Son, is a dark play, literally, due to the lighting design by Anna Watson. The over long first half have leaves your eyes desperately adjusting to the lights in the foyer as you ...
Wirral producers hit £2m at box office
By Michael Hunt
Wirral-based Pulse Records & Productions has announced its show Twopence to Cross the Mersey will celebrate reaching £2million at the box office when it returns to the Liverpool Empir
Best of This Week's Theatre Blogs - 18 Sep 2009
By Corinne Furness Theatergoer Reporter
With the hangover from Edinburgh gone and autumn firmly upon us there was little cheer amongst theatre Bloggers this week as the issue of funding came to dominate online conversations.
Worth a Read: Theatre Books Round-up - Sep 2009
By Laura Silverman
Who would you most like to sit next to at a dinner party? Would you sing a song to Sondheim on your left? Or chew over the view with Miller on your right? Whatsonstage.com would love to be able to ...
Dark Tales (Woodbridge – tour)
Legends are international as well as timeless. Their telling crosses many boundaries as the new touring production by Common Ground demonstrates. Quests are for the burdened as well as for the ...