Arts bosses need smooth transitions too
In the week that Donald Trump prepares to head to the White House, Matt Trueman reflects on why smooth transitions in arts organisations are vital
Robert Icke's unofficial repertory company offers thrilling possibilities
Sarah Crompton explores the director's inclination to develop ongoing relationships with actors, including Juliet Stevenson and Lia Williams
Britain needs to take physical theatre seriously
As the London International Mime Festival begins, Matt Trueman looks at why we don't give mime the respect it needs
Where are the writers in The Stage 100 list?
Sarah Crompton applauds the increase in women, but worries about the lack of writers in The Stage's industry power list
From pub theatre to Broadway, the rise and rise of Mischief Theatre
The theatre company have three shows in the West End, are soon to open on Broadway and are on the cusp of going global
Ben Hewis: My top 10 shows of 2016
WhatsOnStage deputy editor Ben Hewis picks the ten shows he loved over the past year
The best stagey TV to watch this Christmas
Sarah Crompton on why Gene Kelly is the one to watch this Christmas, and the best stagey bits on the box
Christmas children's theatre shouldn't be all fun and games
Lucinda Everett on her earliest panto memories, and how Christmas is an important time to get children into theatre
2016 proved British theatre is better than ever
Matt Trueman on why this year showed British theatre is at the top of its game
Matt Trueman: My top 10 shows of 2016
WhatsOnStage critic Matt Trueman picks the shows he loved in 2016