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INTERVIEWS

Having been a principal at the Royal Ballet, Adam Cooper went on to pursue a song-and-dance career in a string of hit musicals. As...

Lauren Gunderson is America’s most produced playwright but she has never staged a play on Broadway. She tells Howard Sherman why Shakespeare’s work remains...

Mark Padmore’s latest role was written for Benjamin Britten’s lifelong partner Peter Pears. The tenor tells George Hall how at 58 he finally feels...

The musical theatre star is embracing all things festive and 1950s glamour in White Christmas, which starts its West End run at the Dominion...

Circus performer and dancer Symoné is currently preparing for the preview of her first theatre show at London’s Hoxton Hall as part of performance...

Francesca Joy is a writer and actor and founder and artistic director of Imagine If theatre company, which focuses on working with people in...

Timely themes and a minimalist aesthetic are key to attracting international producers, the playwright and performer tells Nick Awde When searching for contemporary UK work...

One of Stephanie Bain’s key responsibilities as literary manager for London’s Almeida Theatre is scouting artistic talent. She tells Amber Massie-Blomfield what gets her...

Musical theatre specialist Paul Gatehouse tells Fergus Morgan about scoring a number one hit with a South Korean boy band, producing live cast albums...

Now touring the revival of her one-woman show Fallen Fruit, written in 2010, Katherina Radeva tells Ruth Comerford how the piece was inspired by...

With her focus split across different areas, Yarit Dor tells Rosemary Waugh why ‘movement practitioner’ is the term that best describes her work and...

Aoife Hinds is performing alongside Tuyen Do in Ava Wong Davies’ play I Will Still Be Whole (When You Rip Me in Half), which tells...
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