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.
The operatic deus ex machina.
On textual knuckles and creating an immersive world.
Making translation sexy.
Beginning to create a piece of theatre out of OCD.