On writing about the lives of humanitarian workers.
David Henry Hwang’s play is a comedy of linguistic errors.
Experiments in stage directions.
The legacy of the Grand Guignol.
Frank Wildhorn musicalizes the wildest outlaws of the West.
Costume for art’s sake.
On migration and the relationship between writers’ theatre and directors’ theatre.
On creating a ‘Pushkin fantasia.’
Puppetry and politics: 30 shows, 11 venues, 10 days.
The campaign to secure the theatre’s future.
An impressionistic amble through radio drama.
Speaking out loud.
On the Orange Tree Theatre and his 40-year career as Britain’s longest-serving Artistic Director.
Shakespearean re-tellings for younger audiences through the eyes of supporting characters.
Edinburgh for the Fringe first-timer.