Luke Sheppard on bringing Lin-Manuel Miranda’s In The Heights to London.
Lucy Kirkwood and Ben Duke on fusing text and movement in new piece, Like Rabbits.
Polly Findlay on heroines, husband-killers and her update of Arden of Faversham for the RSC.
Siddhartha Bose on drawing on Hindu myth and memory for his new show The Shroud.
Nick Payne on memory, time, Einstein’s brain and his new play Incognito.
Duncan Macmillan on collaboration, adapting 1984, and Every Brilliant Thing.
Adam Szymkowicz discusses his popular off-Broadway blog.
Claudia O’Doherty on stage personas and how her comedy career just ‘happened.’
Rachel Chavkin on The TEAM, Catch 22 and the appeal of British theatre culture.
Richard Maxwell on his new play, Isolde, and “the hazards of upsetting the norm.”
Harry Melling on making his debut as a playwright with Peddling.
A Q&A with Mike Bartlett about protest, power and his new play, An Intervention.
Alistair McDowall on the power of the imagination and his latest play, Captain Amazing.
Tap legend Savion Glover on SoLe Sanctuary and the role improvisation plays in his work.
Designer Joanna Scotcher on being a geek and making work for unconventional spaces.