How I wrote the music for Privacy
By Michael Bruce
As Daniel Radcliffe opens in Privacy Off-Broadway, composer Michael Bruce explains the challenges behind writing the score for James Graham's play about the internet
Matt Trueman: Theatre rarely lets us be fans
Matt Trueman on how festivals like Latitude prove the power of fandom
Can we ever get enough of Into the Woods?
By Craig Glenday
In the run up to an off-Broadway transfer to the Menier Chocolate Factory, chairman of the Stephen Sondheim Society Craig Glenday delves into the enduring appeal of this darkly comic show
Danny Sapani: Government cuts mean we need to hold onto organisations like Wac Arts
By Danny Sapani
Ahead of a new production from Wac Arts, the actor describes how the company helped him into the industry and how important places like Wac are for young people
Matt Trueman: The roar of current affairs creeps into the plays we watch
Matt Trueman on how recent political events affect our interpretation of theatre
Sarah Crompton: In times of political turmoil we need great art
Sarah Crompton on revisiting Brian Friel's towering achievement, Faith Healer
Melissa Bubnic on sexism in the City
By Melissa Bubnic
Ahead of the opening night of Boys Will Be Boys, writer Melissa Bubnic talks about why she chose to tackle sexism in the city
Alistair Beaton: How I accidentally predicted Corbyn's crisis
By Alistair Beaton
The political sketch writer found himself a little bemused when the events in his new play began coming true
Matt Trueman: Why theatre didn't tackle Brexit
Matt Trueman explains how theatre can't be expected to help win elections or reform the law
It was important for me to see the Calais camp first hand
By Jack Gouldbourne
Actor Jack Gouldbourne is playing a child refugee in new play Cargo. He headed to Calais to discover the experience of refugees first hand