Boozy lunches and proofs: the role of the editor is not what it used to be
As Indhu Rubasingham steps up to take the reins of WOS, managing editor Daisy Bowie-Sell reflects on how the editorial team has worked closely with her to create some really exciting pieces
Indhu Rubasingham: The theatre world doesn't thrive on consensus but complexity
By Indhu Rubasingham
As she begins her week as guest editor of WhatsOnStage, Indhu Rubasingham explains why she agreed to step up to the job
Sita McIntosh: Why Indhu Rubasingham is guest editing WhatsOnStage
By Sita McIntosh • WhatsOnStage
Ahead of Indhu Rubasingham becoming WhatsOnStage's first guest editor, COO Sita McIntosh looks back at the director's remarkable career
Celebrity casting is selling audiences short
Following the news that ex-cricketer Andrew Flintoff will appear in Fat Friends, Sarah Crompton blogs on the trend of celebs taking roles from professional actors
How do you solve a problem like the Olivier?
As the National Theatre faces two duds over the summer, Matt Trueman looks at what makes the Olivier work
Hannah Khalil: 'My new play shows the horrors of the immigration system'
By Hannah Khalil
As Refugee Week begins, writer Hannah Khalil explains how she came to write her new play The Scar Test and the detention centre stories it's trying to tell
'How my work as a death row investigator was turned into a play'
By Rene Denfeld
The novelist Rene Denfeld on how her work as a death row investigator inspired her book and a new play
Theatres must be more than just a space for performances
Two stories from rising stars about how they came to the industry prompts Daisy Bowie-Sell to reflect on the importance of opening theatres' doors
'David Lan's risk-taking has made the Young Vic a beacon of excellence'
As David Lan announces he will step down from running the Young Vic, Sarah Crompton reflects on his time in charge
Having a Donald Trump Julius Caesar is in bad taste. That's the point
After big sponsors pull out of a production of Julius Caesar in New York, Matt Trueman looks at how having a Trump Caesar adds to the satire