Just getting to the end of a show at the Open Air Theatre when the weather is iffy feels like an accomplishment, for the audience as well as the company.
Are there any stage taboos left? John Ford's 17th-century romantic thriller 'Tis Pity She's a Whore, centring on an incestuous relationship between a brother and sister, is one of the most controversial in the classical canon. Does it still have the power to shock?
Since I got back from my month of remote working in Mallorca, I’ve been lucky
WWI soldiers create the flying effects in Peter Pan at the Open Air Theatre.