The mad monk myth.
She’s leaving home.
The selling of the self.
Feverish dramatic inertia.
Jeremy Herrin on his plans for Headlong and his production of Jennifer Haley’s The Nether.
Annette Mees of Coney on connecting live and digital theatre experiences.
Small-scale, knockabout affection.
Mike Tweddle, of Babakas, on making theatre out of “complex real life stuff.”
Pockets of black, chaotic wit.
A poem shaped by trauma.
Jon Bradfield on gay liberation, the Stonewall riots and his new play, A Hard Rain.