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Music Theatre International to present celebration of junior theatre
The inaugural event features performers between the ages 7 to 18
Casting announced for Jamie Lloyd's Guards at the Taj
The play, by Pulitzer Prize finalist Rajiv Joseph, opens the refurbished Bush Theatre
Moira Buffini: 'It's really important that I write good drama, and not just great female roles'
The playwright talks to Lucy Kerbel in the latest of the Tonic Celebrates series
Is online performance as engaging as traditional theatre?
From his travels in India, Matt Trueman explore why online performance is so good at keeping our attention in a world of digital noise
Milo Rau: 'I'm actually not trying to break any taboos'
By Bella Todd
Controversial and brilliant Swiss director Milo Rau is coming to the UK for the first time in 15 years, here he talks about his new work with child actors about a Belgian serial killer and paedophile
13 musicals set for big screen adaptations
Which one are you most looking forward to seeing?
'Rent could have been written yesterday, the political climate has barely changed'
By Bruce Guthrie
With the 20th anniversary production of Rent currently touring the UK, the show's director Bruce Guthrie reflects on his time developing the revival of Jonathan Larson's musical
National Theatre's Hedda Gabler to go on UK tour
Patrick Marber's adaptation currently stars Ruth Wilson and Rafe Spall
Review: Killer (Shoreditch Town Hall)
A brand new series of monologues by Philip Ridley which mostly take place in complete darkness
Review: Grounded (Gate Theatre)
Lucy Ellinson revives her role as a pilot who returns to the air force to fly drones after having a child