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When reality's a bit much...it's time to take a trip. Here are some hypothetical shows from the wildest imaginings of Exeunt's writers.
“Would I be less creative if I was less mad? Aniqah Choudhri talks to theatremakers who explore mental illness on stage about why the 'mad artist' myth is so dangerous.
"Why can’t I perform without the pressure to represent an entire culture or make a jaw-dropping statement on diversity?" Nicole Acquah writes on the difficulties of being politicised as a black performer.
As 42nd Street continues to dazzle the West End, Alice Saville asks why Busby Berkeley's legacy is still bulletproof.
The best sort of Shakespeare production: Robert Hastie's debut production as artistic director of Sheffield Theatres gives off all the right signals, says an excited John Murphy.
We pick the best new and returning shows to see over the next fortnight, based on our writers' recommendations.
Ten years after last seeing Tony Kushner's epic play cycle (and writing a PhD thesis on it) Emily Garside writes on why going to the NT's Angels in America feels like coming home.
Alice Saville responds to an influx of complaints regarding Exeunt's review of the Royal Ballet's Mayerling.
Gillian Greer interviews the writer of 'This Beautiful Future' at The Yard about love, war, and karaoke.