David Edgar on Europe, America and social democracy, 25 years after the fall of Berlin Wall.
Philip Ridley on theatrical alchemy, haunted spaces, and revisiting Piranha Heights.
Thomas John Bacon on risk, transgression, failure and a festival of body art.
Simon Stone on “finding a distinctive Australian voice” and his production of The Wild Duck.
Caridad Svich on ideas of liveness and her performative response to the work of Derek Jarman.
RashDash’s Abbi Greenland & Helen Goalan on creating a physical language of performance.
Rosie Wyatt on libraries, feminism and the potency of Clara Brennan’s play, Spine.
Duška Radosavljević in conversation with Ontroerend Goed’s artistic director Alexander Devriendt.
Playwright Joshua Conkel on his “bitter-silly, gender-bending” children’s story, MilkMilkLemonade.
Teatr ZAR’s Jaroslaw Fret on the Armenian genocide, his theory-rich approach to theatre-making and Armine, Sister.
Designer Clint Ramos on meeting Imelda Marcos and creating the costumes for Here Lies Love.
Chris Goode on nostalgia, ephemerality and returning to his show Longwave.
Tim Price on what it is to be a netizen, social mobility and why Teh Internet is Serious Business.
Chris Thompson on his new play Albion and the need for theatre to be provocative.
Stella Duffy on the Fun Palaces project and the necessity of making art that belongs to everyone.