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Ivo van Hove

From Othello to Oedipus via Richard III, Dutch actor Hans Kesting has played some of the biggest roles in theatre. He tells Matt Trueman...

Ivo van Hove returns with The Fountainhead at the Manchester International Festival this month just weeks after his last production All About Eve completed...

As head of New York Theatre Workshop, James Nicola has originated hits from Rent to Hadestown. He tells Howard Sherman about working with Caryl...

Prolific Belgian super-director Ivo van Hove has two modes. There’s accessible Ivo, who radically modernises classic plays – Ibsen, Shakespeare, Schiller and Miller –...

Strange Fruit – Bush Theatre, London Nancy Medina directs a revival of Caryl Phillips’ powerful 1981 debut play as part of the theatre’s Passing the...

Theatre critic Kenneth Tynan once described Guys and Dolls as the greatest work of American drama after Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman. Whether...

Czech composer Janacek began The Diary of One Who Disappeared in August 1917, shortly after his fateful meeting with Kamila Stosslova, a married woman...

There are only two shows nominated for the Tony award for best musical revival this Sunday: Kiss Me, Kate and Oklahoma!. It reminds me...

His hit production of Yerma starring Billie Piper caused a stir, now Simon Stone is bringing his radical version of Medea, based on real-life...
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