Catherine Love: In praise of confusion
There's always a place for carefully crafted narrative, but why are we so keen for theatre to make sense all the time?
Guest Blog: What America can learn from UK theatre festivals
By David Binder
Tony-winning producer David Binder is currently producing the highly anticipated Deblozay as part of the London International Festival of Theatre (LIFT)
Michael Coveney: Made in Dagenham strikes a chord; Tim Crouch weighs art against life; RIP David MacLennan
The screen-to-stage musical continues a long tradition of industrial action as a subject for theatre
Catherine Love: The specifics of site
As site-specific theatre becomes ever more ubiqutious, perhaps it is time to question what the label really means
Guest Blog: Is it a musical, or a play with songs? And does it matter?
By Che Walker
As Klook's Last Stand opens at the Park Theatre, its writer Che Walker reflects on the difficulties of categorising shows with music (or should that be musical shows?)
Michael Coveney: Reflections on Rik Mayall as David Hare reopens Skylight
The Young Ones star, who died this week aged 56, was a fine stage actor
Live cinema relays - opera's friend or foe?
The fast-growing trend of bringing opera to your local multiplex can only be a good thing. Can't it?
Catherine Love: Opening up the dialogue
What might theatre-makers have to gain from starting conversations with those who have differing points of view?
Michael Coveney: Donmar plays Globe in Tony Awards; Superstar cancels US tour; theatre goes al fresco
The Tonys, announced on Sunday, feature an impressive number of Brits; while Andrew Lloyd Webber's Jesus Christ Superstar has had less success Stateside