INTERVIEWS

There’s a sense of calm that hangs around Giuseppe Cannas, echoed by the lilting Italian accent that welcomes you to the make-up and wig...

As Doctor Faustus opens in the West End, Matthew Hemley met cast members Kit Harington and Jenna Russell, as well as director Jamie Lloyd,...

A decade after its premiere at Theatre503, the writer’s drama about soldiers injured in friendly fire, Blue on Blue, is being revived in London....

Heading up Australia’s renowned contemporary circus troupe Circa, Yaron Lifschitz has created work seen in 34 countries. He talks to David Hutchison about Circa’s...

The word ‘digital’ will no longer be used soon, says Marcus Romer, former artistic director of Pilot Theatre and one of the pioneers of translating...

As The Comedy About a Bank Robbery opens at the Criterion Theatre in the West End, Matthew Hemley meets the writers and producers to...

If Shakespeare were alive today, what sort of playwright would he be? A James Graham, taking the temperature of the nation with big political...

If anyone were in any doubt about the demand for National Theatre Live broadcasts, the worldwide audience of half a million that saw Benedict...

As Funny Girl opens in the West End’s Savoy Theatre after its hugely successful run at the Menier Chocolate Factory, Matthew Hemley meets the...

The dancer and choreographer’s work has ranged from hip hop to West End musicals. Georgia Snow finds out how he has married the two...

On my way up in the Royal Opera House lift to meet Liam Scarlett, I encounter dancer Steven McRae. Currently in rehearsal for Scarlett’s...

With a string of musicals under her belt, the performer has starred in shows including Ghost the Musical and Memphis. She talks to Georgia...
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