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Articles tagged with "theatre"

How do you solve a problem like Lucia?: Director Katie Mitchell on her new Royal Opera production

7 October 2015

The director discusses her vision of Donizetti's opera as a tale of drama, jeopardy and feminism.

Swanhunter: How The Wrong Crowd use puppets to bring mythical beasts to life

10 March 2015

Director Hannah Mulder and Designer Rachael Canning discuss the power of the fairy tale and why Swanhunter is as much for adults as it is for children.

Debate: Do you prefer going to the theatre on your own or with company?

19 February 2015

Is art best enjoyed with others or is there something special about solo theatre trips?

Rediscovering lost operas: The fluctuating fortunes of your favourite works

17 October 2014

With artworks hostage to fashion and cultural sentiment, why a little digging might unearth a new classic.

Five operas adapted from plays: From stage to stave (and back again)

7 July 2014

Composers have long been inspired by the work of playwrights.

Quartett: Terrorism and protest in the last days of the Soviet Union

12 June 2014

Forget white wigs and beauty spots – Heiner Müller’s version of Dangerous Liaisons goes to a very different world.

Les Vêpres siciliennes, English Touring Opera and The Wind in the Willows win at 2014 Olivier Awards

13 April 2014

The Royal Opera and The Royal Ballet both represented at the awards.

Acclaimed theatre director Jamie Lloyd to open TheatreCraft 2013

28 October 2013

Free careers fair for 16 to 25-year-olds offers unique insight into working behind the scenes at the theatre.

Wozzeck across art forms: From opera and ballet to theatre and film

4 October 2013

The play that inspired Alban Berg has inspired artists from many different disciplines.

Trade secrets: Find out more about staging the gruesome final act of Berg's Wozzeck

12 September 2013

How do they keep a baritone underwater for seven minutes?

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