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‘Romeo & Juliet’: TV Review

Josh O'Connor and Jessie Buckley play Shakespeare's tragic lovers, torn asunder by a bitter feud, in this National Theatre production reconceived for the screen and airing on PBS.

‘Exit the King’: Theater Review

Rhys Ifans plays a megalomaniac monarch hoping to cheat death in Patrick Marber’s new version of Eugene Ionesco’s absurdist classic 'Exit the King.'

Cate Blanchett Sets London Stage Return

The two-time Oscar winner will star opposite Stephen Dillane in the National Theatre premiere of Martin Crimp's 'When We Have Sufficiently Tortured Each Other,' inspired by Samuel Richardson's 'Pamela.'

‘Angels in America’: Theater Review

Andrew Garfield and Nathan Lane headline a return to the National Theatre for 'Angels in America,' Tony Kushner’s landmark opus set in New York at the height of the AIDS crisis.

Anthony Hopkins Revisits “Uneasy Relationship” With Theater in ‘The Dresser’

"Everyday I think about quitting [acting]," the actor said at TCA, when he also discussed the "insecurity" that drove him to leave his theater career behind.

Tony Awards 2015: ‘Curious Incident’ Continues Love Affair Between Broadway and Britain’s National Theatre

New York is fertile terrain for London stage imports, and the best play win for the hit drama marks the fourth victory in that category since 2000 for an NT production, out of a total 49 Tonys dating back to 1968.

‘Everyman’: Theater Review

Oscar nominee Chiwetel Ejiofor plays a debauched London playboy looking for salvation in this spectacular modern-day reboot by new National Theatre boss Rufus Norris.

‘Rules for Living’: Theater Review

Marianne Elliott directs this fast-moving comedy of manners with a psychological twist, the last new play to bow at London’s National Theatre under outgoing director Nicholas Hytner.

‘Man and Superman’: Theater Review

Ralph Fiennes stars as a gentleman revolutionary pursued by an amorous heiress in George Bernard Shaw's Don Juan comedy at the National Theatre.

London Hit ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time’ Coming to Broadway

The multiple award-winning National Theatre production will open this fall at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre.