INTERVIEWS

A 2007 play inspired by a set of Republicans is now reflecting a wave of political and social issues buffeting a post-election US. “The...

When I first interviewed Donna McKechnie nearly 30 years ago, she was starring in a London revival of Cole Porter’s 1950s Broadway musical Can-Can....

By his own admission, Mathew Horne isn’t a big sleeper. By the time most of have arisen, bleary-eyed, he’s often been awake for several...

After training in stage management at RADA, Sean Brosnan pursued a career in acting that has lasted more than 50 years and seen him...

As Gary Barlow and Tim Firth’s The Girls opens in the West End, Matthew Hemley met with its cast and creators to find out...

When Count Arthur Strong first toddled on stage to give his portrayal of Cinderella’s dad in the London Palladium pantomime last Christmas, it was...

The people we meet early on in our lives often remain close to us, both personally and professionally. It says a lot about the...

Denzel Washington cuts a serious figure as he sits opposite me, as we meet as part of a packed London press junket to promote Fences...

Anyone who has seen the Feeling live will know that Dan Gillespie Sells is a theatrical performer, he explains with a light smile. Sells...

The writer, performer and puppeteer developed his work in puppetry after training in physical theatre. He talks to Georgia Snow about his latest production,...

Two-time Academy award-winner Denzel Washington talks to The Stage about bringing August Wilson’s play Fences to the screen. In 2010, Washington starred in a production...

Inspired by the South African township where she grew up, the choreographer’s latest show includes contemporary dance, music and circus and features dancers from...
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