On theatrical voyeurism and the physiology of sound.
Jack Lowe on the company’s devising process, technical experimentation and his wish to “let scientific ideas breath in a beautiful way.”
Hannah Mulder and Rachael Canning on fairytales as living things.
Alex Murdoch on the thrills and challenges of long form improv.
On playing teenagers and starring in Mogadishu.
On finding humour and hope in Chekhov.
On recycling pop culture and performance as event.
On the neglected jewels of Soviet theatre.
Art and the education system.
On The Taming of the Shrew as a ‘messed-up love story.’
On the potency of stories.
On consumption, collaboration and the rules of creation.
On staging A Clockwork Orange afresh.
On collaboration and finding a method in madness.
On political memory and staging history.