On audience choice and writing away from herself.
Art and the city.
A play’s language may be a pleasure hear, but it is also a pleasure to say.
The UK’s first Professor of Playwriting opens the dramatist’s toolbox.
Aliki reflects on the production, the community, and “why we’re going to win”.
This richly visual book explores Handspring’s brand of puppetry.
The boys are also the girls in Propeller.
The producer’s role takes a 21st century turn, and actors drop like flies.
Charting the female theatrical tradition.
Preparing to stage Theatre Uncut.
Might we escape the human need for stories to order our lives.
What or how much can be said without words?
An energetic record of a neglected artistic movement.
On practicalities, abstractions and directing Fatherland.
Addressing lack of visibility, but too awkward for reference.