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Lucy Askew explores the possibilities behind a digital theatre platform that puts first things first, and the digital repertory company that will be testing it out.
When her work was erased, Tori Allen-Martin took action to make sure it didn’t happen to anyone else. It’s turned into so much more, she writes.
Can a regional theatre make money from online productions? Kelly Johnson says you have to weigh your options and ask for help.
For Liam Ford Evans, a career in theatre has highlighted what matters most: energy, experience and everyone else.
Imperial College researchers will estimate the probability of infection at two theatres and consider whether a covered venue can "behave" as an outdoor space.
The theatre industry needed a champion in a time of crisis. National Theatre Scotland answered the call and it’s not turning back, writes Jackie Wylie.
Heidi Wiley and Hélène Gauthier share how they created a virtual venue - and why they think this provides a model for the future.
Research indicates people value gallery visits at £5 and would pay £11 to keep a local theatre going. What motivates that valuation is harder to define.
Theatre maker Rosie MacPherson calls for urgent action as Covid-19 closes routes to resettlement.
Drama schools are being urged to axe "absurd" fees for virtual and self-taped auditions to protect diversity in the theatre industry.
With plans to resume activity at a standstill, freelancers face an uphill climb that could scar the theatre industry.
Leeds 2023 Executive Producer Emma Beverley’s career has come full circle from working with the people she loves to working for them.
"This is clear evidence of the existence and the scale of a jobs crisis," researchers say.
The largest Paul Hamlyn Foundation grant since 2006 will provide a sustainable basis for the theatre’s ongoing work, plus money to evaluate its long-term impact.
Despite what you may have heard, theatre isn’t dead. Moving online has made new spaces for creativity and collaboration that won’t close when venues reopen, writes Laura Killeen.
The Government has permitted venues to open with up to 50% capacity from early December. What does the science say?
Handing over the reins is a start, but it shouldn’t be an abdication of responsibility. Mentor Suzann McLean and mentee malakai sargeant put each other under the spotlight.
Women artistic directors remain seriously underrepresented in Scotland’s highest funded companies despite great strides towards parity overall.
Lottery operator Camelot says money for a seat buying scheme has not been diverted from not-for-profit arts activities.
Even during the pandemic, virtual reality can offer a bridge into theatre for digitally curious audiences. Laura Mallows explains how Theatre-in-VR can reach those whose go-to artforms might normally be cinema, gaming or visual art.