Michael Coveney: Benedict Cumberbatch helps put his relative Richard to rest
The reburial of Richard III prompts reflections on Shakespeare's warped interpretation
Matt Trueman: Is it time to rethink theatre on screen?
We need to work out the rules, rather than 'plonking cameras around an auditorium and pressing record'
Michael Coveney: Happy birthday to the grand old men of musical theatre
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Stephen Sondheim have left huge if very different imprints on the theatre landscape
Matt Trueman: BAC is a building worth grieving and giving for
'Most theatres, taken as buildings, aren't so irreplaceable'
Guest Blog: Why we're bringing back Incoming Festival
By Eleanor Turney
Eleanor Turney of A Younger Theatre explains why it's more important than ever to support emerging artists
Michael Coveney: ENO wins rightful recognition from Oliviers
The English-language opera company is serving up some of the capital's most interesting work
Matt Trueman: Olivier nominations - the good, the bad and the ineligible
Our critic reflects on this year's shortlists, which were announced yesterday
Peake and Rampling set to light up Manchester
By Mandy Martinez
This year's Manchester International Festival line-up will continue the city's cultural renaissance
Michael Coveney: Are books taking over the stage, and does it matter?
To mark World Book Day, our chief critic reflects on the influence of literature on contemporary theatre
Editor's Blog: Let's hear it for Shakespeare's Globe
The South Bank venue continues to balance artistic and commercial success