INTERVIEWS

Kate Prince is the artistic director and founder of hip-hop company ZooNation, which offers a new perspective on dance theatre. She tells Georgia Snow...

You came to playwriting relatively late. What was it about writing for the stage that appealed to you? I was running a production company making...

In 2014, Kurt Egelhof spotted a piece of graffiti written on a toilet wall at the Grahamstown Settlers National Monument building during the South...

In the ebb and flow of British theatre life, artistic directors are usually a bit like prime ministers; they come, make their mark (or...

With two shows at the Criterion Theatre and a busy Christmas in the West End, Alec Connell tells Georgia Snow what that means for the box office… What...

It’s not just that Simon Callow likes to keep busy. When you look at what he has achieved as an actor, director, teacher, dramatist,...

Designing a children’s Christmas show is tough enough, but Zoe Squire has to make sure it can also be reused by another production for...

Dale Rooks is education director at Chichester Festival Theatre. As well as overseeing the organisation’s learning, education and participation initiatives, she directs the CFT...

For some time, mainstream audiences in France have lapped up edgy avant-garde theatre from the Germanic world in an established cultural exchange zone. This...

Casey Nicholaw is probably the most prolific, but also one of the most personable, director/choreographers working in musical theatre right now. He must be...

High up in the warren of the National Theatre’s offices, Patrick Marber, blue eyes blazing and shoulders characteristically hunched, seems excited. He’s just been...

When it comes to creating a pantomime, there are few designers working today with Terry Parsons’ breadth of experience. In a career spanning almost...
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