Romola Garai in 'Indian Ink'
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Indian Ink, Laura Pels Theatre, New York

Romola Garai stars in Tom Stoppard’s play

Shannon Tarbet in 'The Edge of Our Bodies'
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The Edge of Our Bodies, Gate Theatre, London

Shannon Tarbet is outstanding in Adam Rapp’s all-but-monologue

Royal Swedish Ballet perform 'Juliet and Romeo'
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Juliet and Romeo, Sadler’s Wells, London

Mats Ek’s Shakespeare update is crass and preposterous

Tartuffe, Comédie-Française, Paris

A sober but effective production of Molière’s revered drama

Kyle Abraham's 'The Watershed'
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Kyle Abraham, New York Live Arts

The choreographer’s new works are highly ambitious in their scope

From left, Scarlett Alice Johnson, Felix Scott and Harry Melling in 'The Angry Brigade'
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The Angry Brigade, Theatre Royal, Plymouth

A cops and revolutionaries drama from James Graham

Deborah MacMillan
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The long life of Kenneth MacMillan’s ‘Manon’

As the Royal Ballet season opens with the 40-year-old ballet, Deborah MacMillan talks about her husband’s celebrated work

Gillian Lynne in rehearsal this month
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‘Cats’ creator Dame Gillian Lynne

Ahead of her new production, the choreographer, still working at 88, is an advocate of brutish stamina

Lloyd Dorfman
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Interview: Travelex chief/theatre sponsor Lloyd Dorfman

The businessman and arts patron awaits the debut production of the venue being renamed after him

AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE, Schaubuhne Berlin, Barbican Theatre, London, UK....London, UK. 24.09.2014. Schaubuhne Berlin presents AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE, by Henrik Ibsen, directed by Thomas Ostermeier, at the Barbican. Photograph © Jane Hobson.
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‘An Enemy of the People’, Barbican Theatre, London – review

The play is a dramatic illustration of how late-capitalist commercial imperatives suppress ethics

Cet Enfant, Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord, Paris

This grim portrait of family life is quintessential Joël Pommerat

Teh Internet is Serious Business, Royal Court, London

Tim Price’s hacktivist play is smart, irreverent and frustrating

New York City Ballet premieres, Lincoln Center, New York

Designer costumes and dance in perfect accord

Future Memories: Jiří Kylián, Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris

A career-spanning programme, superbly performed

The Money Shot, Lucille Lortel Theatre, New York

Neil LaBute takes easy shots at Hollywood stereotypes

Lander/Forsythe, Paris Opera Ballet, Palais Garnier, Paris

The season opens with Brigitte Lefèvre’s farewell programme

Albion, Bush Theatre, London

Chris Thompson’s play looks at the rise of the British far right

The Valley of Astonishment, Polonsky Shakespeare Center, New York

A fascinating exploration of the human mind from Peter Brook

Doctor Scroggy’s War, Shakespeare’s Globe, London

A wise, funny, sad play about a pioneering first world war surgeon

Hamlet, Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester

Maxine Peake strikes all the notes of intelligence, intensity and range displayed by the best Hamlets