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Hey, Ms Producer! Sonia Friedman leads the growing ranks of female producers

In Broadway, Features, Interviews, London theatre, Musicals, News, Opinion, Plays by Terri PaddockLeave a Comment

Maybe it’s because I’m considering trying my own hand at producing and the universe is sending me encouragement, but everywhere I look at the moment, I see female producers. On Sunday night, the powerhouse that is Sonia Friedman takes another shot at Tony Awards glory in New York, where her transfers of the Shakespeare’s Globe […]

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Don’t ride the Tube with blood on your face… Urinetown‘s company manager explains

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David Curl, company manager of Urinetown at St James Theatre, recalls the challenges of working with so much stage blood. The show is now aiming for a West End transfer, venue still to be announced. I first had to use a large amount of blood onstage in a tour of Matthew Bourne’s Highland Fling in […]

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What did I miss? Part Two: Musical chairs

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Before we were so rudely interrupted by the weekend and my boyfriend Peter’s demands (schlockily entertaining by the way, even while having to wear 3D glasses), I was recapping “The Month That Theatre Terri Lost”. The point being: a lot has happened, and generally always does happen in Theatreland, amen, let us count our blessings. So […]