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INTERVIEWS

Having written some of musical theatre’s most enduring lyrics, Sheldon Harnick has no need to worry about his legacy, but even at 93 he...

Lia Williams may not be as well known as some of her big-name co-stars, she may not even have got into drama school, but...

At only 19, Jade Croot is performing in Imperium, her second production at the Royal Shakespeare Company. She talks to Roda Musa about her...

Actor and playwright Asif Khan is passionate that British Muslim voices be heard on stage, so in order to tour Hassan Abdulrazzak’s Love, Bombs...

Gabrielle Brooks is no stranger to big musicals, having made her West End debut in Whistle Down the Wind aged seven. She tells Giverny...

After beginning a career in accountancy, Gershwyn Eustache Jr took the leap to pursue acting full time in 2011 and hasn’t looked back. He...

Stacy Makishi is a performance artist from Hawaii, who has been based in London since the 1990s. She tells Giverny Masso about her latest...

Martina Laird has taken on seven Shakespeare roles in the past two years and is yet to give up on the playwright. She tells...

The story of Rodney King and the LA riots has as much resonance today as it did 25 years ago, says director Ola Ince. She...

Pearl Mackie, who played the first openly gay Doctor Who companion, will be returning to theatre in Harold Pinter’s The Birthday Party. She tells...

Jessica Lazar is directing the upcoming revival of Steven Berkoff’s East at the King’s Head Theatre, where the play made its London debut in...

The woman at the helm of the National Theatre’s Creative Diversity Project tells Lyn Gardner why she is determined to keep the conversation around...
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