“Don’t give me place on the panel. Give me a fucking job.” Mat Fraser and Gregg Mozgala discuss the frustrations of working as a disabled performer, a gamechanging decision from the BBC, and why we need more disabled writers.
Nicole Serratore reviews a rare revival of A Taste of Honey which “offers an opportunity for the voices of these complicated women in messy relationships to, at long last, be heard.”
Nicole Serratore reviews a powerful drama about The Troubles and the victims of violence left in its wake.
New York theatre critic Nicole Serratore offers a sneak-peek at some of the most exciting American work coming to the Edinburgh Festivals this August.
Peeling back layers of sorrow: Nicole Serratore reviews a new production by Theater Breaking Through Barriers.
How far would you go for love? Nicole Serratore examines the question and its “economics” in Hadestown.
“Blood-spattered satires of über-masculinity”: Nicole Serratore review the musical adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis’ novel.
“Worth celebrating”: Nicole Serratore reviews the new Broadway musical with an all-female creative team.
“A fantastical tale about a family who live forever that does not deliver the on-stage magic needed to make this musical immortal.”
“It’s a physical performance as much as a verbally dexterous one.” Nicole Serratore reviews David Tennant in Richard II.