They have little in common but their country of origin, but the former director of the National and the founder of Theatre Workshop are British leaders to be reckoned with.
Autism-related theatre for youth has its own spectrum, from work created for autistic kids to pieces devised with their input.
A new history play set in the future holds its own alongside classics, as well as new works by Stoppard and Hare and a pair of ace musical revivals.
Despite recent political acts of intolerance, the nation’s theatre artists band together to forge a more harmonious future
Do new plays have a better shot at success in Britain than in the U.S.? Let’s investigate.
Design is about more than pretty pictures, as reviews of three new books on costuming, scenography and lighting prove.
There’s a revolution afoot in theatre design that takes its cue from the three-dimensional spaces of centuries past.