This thread will be inevitably be lost in the dangling conversation, and the superficial sighs, in the borders of our 'lies'.
Only in the US. In The UK and other countries it's alive and well. And treasured.
You'll read your Emily Dickinson, and I my Robert Frost.
Theatre thrives in London, it's a golden age. There are too many first-rate shows for time and wallet to bear.
The National Theatre's, and The Globe's, occasional live screenings of hit plays is a sign of how the stage flourishes.
It's spelled "theater," stupid cunt OP.
T-H-E-A-T-R-E in the UK. Even if the DL is stationed in America, people from the UK who post here shouldn't have to conform.
Theatre has been going strong since Ancient Greece. It will never die, dahling.