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31 October 2016
Features

Hamilton: A Critics’ Dialogue

By Exeunt Staff

Overwhelming levels of Hamil-hype have surrounded Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Founding Fathers musical since it opened Off-Broadway. Exeunt’s New York team debate how the Hamilton phenomenon influences their relationship with the show – and how, as it opens in London, its story has renewed political bite.


1 September 2016
Features

The Highs and Lows of Edinburgh-ing

By Exeunt Staff

The Edinburgh Festival is over, and if you’re reading this you’ve survived, more or less intact. Here’s an excuse to relive its euphoric highs and darkest lows, through the medium of our very fringiest stories, tweets, and photos.



9 May 2016
Features

Is immersive theatre broken?

By Exeunt Staff

Immersive theatre will fill London this summer – but although Punchdrunk and Secret Cinema have spawned a host of imitators, the experience doesn’t always justify the hype. Here, Exeunt writers debate whether immersive theatre is broken – and how we could fix it.




25 January 2016
Features

Digital Ash in a Digital Urn

By Exeunt Staff

David Bowie and Alan Rickman both passed away in one very sad week. As dust of social media tributes, op-eds and excavated controversies starts to settle, Exeunt contributors think about how the internet has changed our experience of collective, and individual, mourning.