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April 14, 2019 Susan Elkin

Susan Elkin as playwright?

So what makes a good subject for a play? A historical footnote? (Emilia, Our Country’s Good). A major bit of history? (Six...

April 7, 2019 Susan Elkin

The diversity of diversity

Everyone I speak to at the moment wants to talk about diversity. This week, Matthew Xia, in a very congenial, relaxed interview,...

March 31, 2019 Susan Elkin

Go and see the loos at Above the Stag

I bang on about the appalling lack of civilised lavatorial facilities in theatres so often that it’s become a joke amongst my...

March 24, 2019 Susan Elkin

Audition fees: scandalous discrimination

Last week Henry Bell, Sheffield-based lecturer and performance director, tweeted: “I’m currently helping a student to apply to drama school. They are...

March 17, 2019 Susan Elkin

Open air theatre: mad but delightful

The open air season will soon be upon us. “…if winter comes, can spring be far behind? as Shelley puts it. And...

March 10, 2019 Susan Elkin

Let’s be clear about foundation courses

I’ve thought and written a lot about performing arts foundation courses lately. It’s the time of year when students are looking at...

February 24, 2019 Susan Elkin

Widen access to under-5 shows

Rewind about 25 years and I’m in the Gulbenkian Theatre at Canterbury seeing, by invitation, a jolly little play about a dog....

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