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INTERVIEWS

The celebrated actor is returning to theatre and the role of Mark Rothko – this time at Wyndham’s. He tells Alex Clark how training for...

Izzy Tennyson won the Ideastap/Underbelly award for her debut solo show Brute at the 2015 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. She tells Giverny Masso about her...

After training as a designer, Terry Herfield found her calling as a costume supervisor. She tells Nick Smurthwaite how she manages to keep track...

Film and TV costume designer Claire Finlay-Thompson is venturing into the world of theatre to work on Spiked, a new play exploring motherhood. She...

Male Shakespearean roles taken by actresses are often described as ‘gender neutral’, but Golda Rosheuvel’s Othello at Liverpool’s Everyman is very much a woman....

In her new musical The Assassination of Katie Hopkins, Chris Bush explores the polarising effect of Twitter and Facebook on public debate. She tells...

James Hugh Macdonald is having his debut play produced at the age of 91. He tells Giverny Masso about the ideas behind Happy Warriors,...

One of the West End’s most in-demand musical directors, Nicholas Skilbeck’s recent work includes Follies and the new show based on the life of the...

Natasha Marshall trained as a writer on Soho Theatre Young Company’s Writers’ Lab and the Talawa Firsts new-writing scheme. She tells Giverny Masso about...

The success of musical revivals of Hair and Pippin has seen the director’s star rise, but he is equally comfortable taking on drama. He...

Turning her back on a career in medicine to pursue a drama degree, the director rose rapidly through the ranks to take the helm...

Lil Rice makes up one third of Alula Cyr, which bills itself as the world’s first all-female Cyr wheel trio. She tells Giverny Masso...
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