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THE CIRCUS DIARIES: Uncle Sam’s Great American Circus

In Cabaret, Circus, Opinion, Regional theatre, Reviews by Katharine KavanaghLeave a Comment

A big red, white ‘n’ blue tent sits in the corner of the park, surrounded by big American style trucks to match, all emblazoned with circus imagery for Uncle Sam’s Great American Circus. Don’t expect to see any real Americans, but do prepare yourself for a polished representation of what popular imagination says a circus should be.






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A celebration and study of theatre fans

In Features, News by Emily GarsideLeave a Comment

I spoke about Rent fans, and how they were a trailblazing ‘fandom’ for the newer models of fandom we see in theatre today (Subtitle: sorry Hamilton you didn’t invent it) but also about the original Rentheads who grew up and grew with ‘their’ show and how they personally continue to be fans despite having ‘outgrown’ that phase in their lives.