Compassion and absurdity.
On finding humour and hope in Chekhov.
A Martin Crimp double-bill.
Philip Ridley’s blazing debut.
On his new ‘Jewish fairytale’ and being a theatrical all-rounder.
Michael Grandage bows out.
Shakespeare and the city.
On coming to late Ibsen later in his career.
Screen writer John Hodge’s stage debut.
Theatre and the London Film Festival.
Sarah Kane’s blackly comic take on Seneca.
On the Orange Tree Theatre and his 40-year career as Britain’s longest-serving Artistic Director.