Michelle Terry on preparing to plays Rosalind in As You Like It and the Globe as a cosmic space.
Fin Kennedy on Tamasha Theatre, his In Battalions report, and why playwrights – now more than ever – need to take control.
Mayfest’s Artistic Directors Matthew Austin and Kate Yedigaroff on death, dancing and this year’s festival.
Greyscale’s Selma Dimitrijevic on casting men as mothers and her play Gods Are Fallen and All Safety Gone.
Alice Saville speaks to dance troupe Figs in Wigs about their work and their distinctive aesthetic.
Alexander Zeldin on his show, Beyond Caring, and why “theatre has to be alive in every second.”
Max Humphries, whose creations populate Alice’s Adventures Underground, on the puppet as actor.
Curious Directive’s Jack Lowe on the need for theatre-makers to continue to think big.
Samantha Ellis on her new play, Operation Magic Carpet.
Tess Berry-Hart and Odessa Celt debate what place theatre has in affecting social change.
Purni Morell, Artistic Director of the Unicorn Theatre, on making uncompromising children’s theatre.
David Ralf speaks to Jon Brittain – aka Maggie’s manager – about Kings and Queens of Soho, Bovril and Section 28.
Gemma Whelan on revisiting the dark and disturbing world of Philip Ridley in Radiant Vermin.
Tom Wicker and Blanche McIntyre discuss criticism, star ratings, and the reasons people write.
Banker turned playwright, Mike Stone, on the theatricality of wrestling and his debut play, Lardo.