Michael Coveney: Christmas spectaculars great and small
Michael Coveney visits the biggest New York Christmas spectacular and one of London's best and tiniest
Matt Trueman: British theatre has lost none of its heat
Matt Trueman disagrees with Telegraph critic Dominic Cavendish that British theatre isn't addressing the pressing issues of today
Michael Coveney: who on earth can play Dewey if Alex Brightman doesn't?
Critic Michael Coveney reports back from New York on School of Rock, Hamilton and Al Pacino
Ben Hewis: Learning to fly with the RSC
Our deputy editor ticks an item off his bucket list that he didn't even know was on it
Matt Trueman: has diversity in new writing stalled?
Following Lenny Henry's Radio 4 series Raising the Bar, Matt Trueman asks where are the next generation of black British playwrights
Michael Coveney: start celebrating and get voting
The WhatsOnStage Awards are all about what you, the readers, want to support, says Michael Coveney
Sally Cookson: We must allow our girls to be heroes
The director of the Bristol Old Vic's Christmas show explains why she decided to make Beauty a boy
Theatre etiquette: what a week
From angry audience members, to unhappy ushers, our week focusing on theatre etiquette provoked some challenging, interesting and heated debate
When Simon Stephens met Louis van Gaal
By Simon Stephens
Find out what happened when playwright Simon Stephens met his footballing hero, Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal
Matt Trueman: theatre needs to work at a way of using the camera
WhatsOnStage critic Matt Trueman thinks the UK is lagging behind in the way we use cameras onstage