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Theatre versus stand-up comedy

Posted on 31 March 2013 by Russ Hope

I have a confession to make: a few years ago, I flirted with stand-up comedy. Theatremaking is collaboration; I love that in the job, but part of me was ready to speak in my voice for a while, unmediated. I had a few routines I was proud of – I remember one about Sigmund Freud publishing […]

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Theatre versus: The roads you didn’t take

Posted on 13 March 2013 by Russ Hope

Evernote got hacked last week. To explain: Evernote is an app that lets you capture text and pictures from the internet, organise them into ‘notebooks’ and save these to the cloud. I use it because, like many of us, I always have ideas for productions floating around in my head, gathering mass as I read the news […]

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Theatre versus the escapologist: Marketing tips from Houdini

Posted on 19 December 2012 by Russ Hope

Think of a theatremaker you admire, really admire. Someone whose work has a strong and unique flavour, whose every show finds a new way to surprise you, punch you square in the brain, or make you feel held and loved. Now think of three words that describe that artist’s work. The chances are that, if you […]

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Theatre versus football: Is there any dirt on your boots?

Posted on 02 December 2012 by Russ Hope

Brian Clough was “the best manager England never had”, according to the caption that ends Peter Morgan’s 2009 biopic The Damned United. I’d say it’s a fair assessment. Clough certainly got the results; in 1967, he took over at Derby County and by 1973 the club been promoted to the top flight, won the championship […]

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