Barney Norris: 'We want to wake people up to the richness of their lives'
By Barney Norris
Award-winning playwright Norris talks about his upcoming play Eventide
Matt Trueman: There's a giant leap from page to stage
Novels don't make great plays - but that's not to say they can't make great theatre - says Trueman
Michael Coveney: Cumberbatch, Kidman and the hazards of hype
Buzz is an essential part of showbiz - but it can be misplaced
Matt Trueman: We must remove the barriers to becoming an artistic director
Top jobs in UK theatres are still dominated by one demographic
Matt Trueman: Are British musicals stuck in the past?
'Without a culture of experimentation, British musical theatre is at risk of stagnating'
Michael Coveney: Hare and Billington illuminate the importance of playwrights
Our critic casts his eye over a wave of new theatre books, including David Hare's memoir The Blue Touch Paper
Confessions of a Box Office Manager - Kidding around
The summer holidays present a new raft of challenges for our mystery mole
Michael Coveney: Maggie Smith comes up to date as two Nicks redefine the West End
Our esteemed critic publishes his new biography of Maggie Smith this week
Matt Trueman's Edinburgh diary - Are small companies being crowded out?
'If you look around the Fringe this year, it's full of big organisations'