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Since the launch of the new format earlier this year, TP Talk has been clearer to use than ever. Comments are grouped around discussions, so you can follow a thread without scrolling through a range of other topics.
Even better, the Theatre People website now has all sorts of opportunities for leaving comments – not just in TP Talk. Readers can post comments at the bottom of Features, News Flash items, even Auditions. Share your reaction to the announcement of a new production. Give your opinion about issue raised in a Feature. Congratulate friends in a cast list.
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Current TP Talk topics include a call for 2011 musical rumours and a post mortem on this year’s Helpmanns. Surely you have something to share. What have you heard? Be part of the TP community and let everyone know what you think. Just a friendly reminder – use your name as we don’t post anonymous comments.
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