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Theatre and Performing Arts blog

A thought-provoking blog focusing on theatre and the performing arts from the UK's Guardian. I think this source is useful for several reasons, not least for its international perspective. Here are a few recent entries to illustrate:

Is Ballet's Future in America?
San Francisco Ballet's New Works Festival has been warmly received by an eager public. It makes English ballet look secretive and cautious
May 2, 2008 8:15 AM Judith Mackerell


Where are our black ballerinas?

Britain's ballet companies must start to look further than the white middle classes for their talent
April 10, 2008 12:30 PM Judith Mackerell

You can't have community theatre without a community
The postponement of a £100,000 flagship project at the Brighton festival raises urgent questions about who the work was actually for
May 2, 2008 6:00 PM Lyn Gardner


Should theatres listen to consultants?

An American consulting firm is offering statistical advice to programmers. Should playwrights be worried?
May 1, 2008 4:00 PM George Hunka

PS The Guardian also has a separate music blog here.

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Welcome to the blog for the Music and Performing Arts Library, at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Here we'll share information about news and tools relevant to music, dance, and theatre researchers, as well as information about new items in the collection. We'll also post about news in the arts world that may be of interest to the Music and Performing Arts Library's users.
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