On being an actors’ director.
On ‘light art’ and her creative influences.
On writing about the lives of humanitarian workers.
On migration and the relationship between writers’ theatre and directors’ theatre.
On creating a ‘Pushkin fantasia.’
On the Orange Tree Theatre and his 40-year career as Britain’s longest-serving Artistic Director.
On textual knuckles and creating an immersive world.
On Georgian theatre, Iraq and education for women.
On performance poetry and the Edinburgh Fringe.
On Latitude, Theatre Uncut and performing in her own work.
On staging their biggest show to date.
On staging Ibsen’s Emperor and Galilean.
On sex, death, and decadence.
On tension and the claustrophobic potential of theatre.
On Hogarth and collaboration.