Big Interviews
Antonio Pappano
“We’re talking about plans A, B and C, it changes every week”

Antonio Pappano

Stephen Rebbeck
“This is unprecedented. We’re taking each day as it comes”

Stephen Rebbeck

Lucy Prebble
“Theatre is like a bunch of people joining around the campfire”

Lucy Prebble

Joe Hill-Gibbins
“I find the Little Englander attitude to theatre embarrassing”

Joe Hill-Gibbins

Crystal Pite
“I love working with the rhythm and the complexity of language”

Crystal Pite

Brian Cox
“I’m not a big fan of directors. A lot of them irritate the fuck out of me”

Brian Cox

Paapa Essiedu
“90% of this job is not acting, but making sure you’re ready for it”

Paapa Essiedu

Joseph Marcell
“Every day somebody reminds me of Fresh Prince of Bel Air”

Joseph Marcell

Sara Bareilles
“Theatre people work harder for less money than anybody else”

Sara Bareilles

Jatinder Verma
“I don’t think the question of multiculturalism has been solved”

Jatinder Verma

Prema Mehta
“The beauty and atmosphere of the Sam Wanamaker is unique”

Prema Mehta

Conor McPherson
“Troubled men, ghosts, drinkers sounds a lot like real life to me”

Conor McPherson

Sally Dexter
“Acting affects you. The body can't tell that it's manufactured emotion”

Sally Dexter

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