DAVID MERCATALI TALKS TO EMILY GARSIDE (Sherman Theatre)

"David Mercatali has been at Sherman Theatre for a few months now and will soon be making his directorial debut with the theatre. It’s not however his Sherman debut. While at University in Cardiff Mercatali found himself directing Death of a Salesman in the Sherman Studio for Cardiff University’s Act One drama society. From what was from … Continue reading DAVID MERCATALI TALKS TO EMILY GARSIDE (Sherman Theatre)

National Themes: How Britain’s Subsidized Theatre Helped ‘Angels’ Fly

Despite having “America” in its title, Tony Kushner’s Angels in America owes a fair amount of its early development—and its high early profile—to Britain’s National Theatre. And as its first Broadway revival readies its opening in March, almost exactly 25 years since its original Main Stem run, it seems oddly fitting that this new production also comes from … Continue reading National Themes: How Britain’s Subsidized Theatre Helped ‘Angels’ Fly