Is new technology driving young writers away from theatre?
Holly Williams reflects on Gabriel Bisset-Smith's London Writers' Week talk
What theatre could learn from Love Island
After a frustrating trip to the theatre, the hit ITV2 reality show got Sarah Crompton thinking about the lack of true to life stories told on our stages
Howard Brenton: 'To write Strindberg anew, I had to contact his spirit'
By Howard Brenton
The playwright talks about what it took to write his new version of Miss Julie, which opens at Theatre by the Lake this week
Why theatre for kids is more important than ever
By Sue Buckmaster
Children's theatre group Theatre-Rites turns 21 this year. The artistic director explains why kids' theatre doesn't have to be dull
Are we in a golden age of musical theatre development?
With initiatives at The Other Palace and Mercury Musical Developments, Daisy Bowie-Sell asks if a British Hamilton is on the horizon
An Artistic Director's Assistant: The Time Lords of Theatre
By Sonia Jalaly
Sonia Jalaly, PA to Indhu Rubasingham, lays bare all the truths of what it takes to be an artistic director's assistant
Ink isn't entirely accurate, but does it matter?
Following the opening of Ink, Sarah Crompton blogs about how modern journalism has changed and why writers need to use their imaginations when it comes to history plays
By all means invest in theatre buildings, but don't forget the artists
Redeveloping theatres may increase footfall, but proper support of talent will ensure there is something for them to see, Matt Trueman says
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