Tom Scutt on conceptual design and following his intuition.
Tom Morton-Smith and Hannah Tyrrell-Pinder on new play In Doggerland.
Tarell Alvin McCraney on collaboration, the RSC, and his new production of Antony and Cleopatra.
Martin Sherman on the revival of his 1975 play, Passing By.
Timberlake Wertenbaker on language, war and her new play, Our Ajax.
Katie Hims on writers’ block, hopefulness and her new play for Clean Break.
Kate Craddock, Amanda Monfrooe and Andrienne Truscott on CPT’s festival of feminism.
Geoffrey Beevers on bringing George Eliot’s polyphonic novel to the Orange Tree.
Alex Waldmann on the plays of David Storey and on juggling the roles of actor and producer.
Immodesty Blaize on the battle to bring burlesque into the mainstream.
Dawn King on thrillers, creative relationships, and her new play, Ciphers.
Kieran Hurley discusses Beats, rave culture and his love of storytelling.
Performance artist Eric Davis on Lecoq, clowning and catharsis.
Jeannot Painchaud on reinventing circus and why ‘popular’ doesn’t exclude ‘artistic’.
Cara Horgan on success, failure, Secret Theatre and working as part of an ensemble.