Entirely unpromising: Eleanor Turney reviews a revival of the musical based on Billy Wilder's The Apartment.
Steakhouse Live's Longer, Wetter, Faster, Better is a festival of new radical and queer performance art. As part of a pilot writing project organised by academics Bojana Jankovic and Diana Damian Martin, three writers reflect on the ideas raised by the anarchy, glitter and politics of its performances.
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"Horror and grief seep, slither, crawl and loom": Christine Irvine reviews Tom Wright's new stage version of Joan Lindsay's cult novel.
Katherine Soper: “If people don’t know you can’t make a living, it goes unnoticed and untalked about.”
Gillian Greer interviews the Bruntwood Prize-winning playwright Katherine Soper about the difficulties of surviving as a young writer, zero hours contracts, and the media response that characterised her as a 'perfume seller'.
Duška Radosavljević, Mark Fisher and Karen Fricker
Last month, debates on online theatre criticism raged after incendiary pieces by Michael Billington and Matt Trueman. In their wake, critics and academics Duška Radosavljević, Mark Fisher and Karen Fricker hold an international conversation about theatre, democracy and the role of criticality.
What do we do if the world doesn't end? Andy Field, co-director of Forest Fringe, considers history and community in Maribor. This is the last in a series of dispatches from Urban Heat – a project exploring the future of theatre’s engagement with urban space and communities.
The New York critics name the 2016 shows that will linger in their minds well into 2017.
Relationships and identities formed by relativity or intimacy: Ka Bradley reviews a mixed bill of performances as part of Resolution 2017.
Icke, Rice, light-up trainers and malfunctioning spaceships: we've seen it all this year. Here are Exeunt's favourite London shows of 2016, as chosen by collective vote.
From fetish pageant Wagner to amateur folk musicians, Exeunt's critics nominate their favourite regional shows of 2016 in celebration of theatre staged outside of London.
An antidote to the Christmas shows: Lorna Irvine talks us through Unfix Festival: Rebirth at the CCA in Glasgow.
The artistic director of The Yard mixes experimental theatre and club nights. He explains how this helps him create and programme work with music at its heart.