Theatre

Facts are overlooked in American Utopia’s HBO concert film to accommodate the systemic white racism narrative

Anne McElvoy on writers and players who can transfer skills to the small screen from the big stage

The Interminable Suicide of Gregory Church explores the possibility of human connection

After Dame Judi Dench’s resignation as a “national treasure”, Romeo Coates considers the runners and riders for the role

Manhattan’s cultural landscape faces more tough times ahead with the cancellation of the Met’s 2020/2021 season

Why have the arts not strained at the bonds laid upon them in the way earthier pursuits and pleasures have?

Following a brief loss of balance in a London watering hole I ‘took the knee’ – but that doesn’t detract from the symbolism

Krapp’s last tape might these days be a collection of WhatsApps and stored Instagram images, muses Anne McElvoy

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe has failed to live up to its responsibility as an industry leader

Hugh Grant’s acting career has experienced a well-earned renaissance in recent years