Natasha Tripney, The Stage

Selected reviews by Natasha Tripney, International Editor of The Stage

Natasha is International Editor of The Stage, and formerly reviews editor and joint lead critic.

In 2011, she co-founded Exeunt, the online platform for theatre criticism and was its editor until 2016. As a freelance arts journalist, she contributes regularly to the Guardian and has written for the Independent, the BBC, Time Out and Tortoise.

She has a special interest in the arts and culture of the Western Balkans and has written for Lonely Planet, Nachtkritik and Kosovo 2.0.

Her novel was longlisted for the 2021 Lucy Cavendish Fiction Prize.

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For Black Boys Who Considered Suicide When The Hue Gets Too Heavy at the Garrick Theatre (2024)

★★★★★
"Exhilarating and emotionally rich exploration of Black masculinity and mental health" (Apollo Theatre) "There’s a moment in Ryan Calais Cameron’s…
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