Russell Maliphant on minimalism, improvisation and creative relationships.
Ben Power on the venue formerly known as The Shed and adapting Medea for the National.
Jeremy Herrin on his plans for Headlong and his production of Jennifer Haley’s The Nether.
Simon Godwin on voicelessness, dogs on stage, and directing The Two Gentlemen of Verona for the RSC.
David Eldridge on the Globe as a political arena, the Monsterist Manifesto and his new play, Holy Warriors.
Danny Braverman on outsider art, family histories and Wot? No Fish!!
RIFT’s Felix Mortimer on brutalist architecture and all-night Shakespeare.
Annette Mees of Coney on connecting live and digital theatre experiences.
Jonathan Munby on directing Antony and Cleopatra for the Globe.
Young Jean Lee on The Shipment, racial prejudice and identity politics.
Mike Tweddle, of Babakas, on making theatre out of “complex real life stuff.”
Jo Fong, Deborah Light and Joe Moran discuss their approach to gender, identity and performance.
Vanda Butkovic on postdramatic date nights, Britain’s culture of consumption and the importance of breaking new ground.
Sylvia Rimat on neuroscience, decision-making, and her performance project, If You Decide To Stay.
Mamoru Iriguchi on the comforts of interdisciplinary work and the perils of technology.