Gary Owen: Sherman is the most important new writing theatre in Wales
By Gary Owen
The writer of Iphigenia in Splott and the upcoming Killology explains why the Sherman Theatre in Wales is so important to playwrights
I'm with Imelda: People shouldn't munch in the theatre
Sarah Crompton applauds Imelda Staunton's call for food to be banned in theatres
5 minutes with Pat Kinevane: 'Irish people are fascinated by death'
The Irish actor and writer Pat Kinevane on his most recent one-man show, which opens at Soho Theatre this week
The Mike Pence Hamilton speech demonstrates how theatre must continue to disrupt
After the cast of Hamilton delivered a strong message to Mike Pence, Matt Trueman reflects on the need for theatre to constantly surprise
Directors must not forget that sight lines are sacred
Sarah Crompton highlights a tendency for directors to ignore the old art of blocking
Robert Vaughn taught me the meaning of 'star quality'
By Christopher Haydon
Gate Theatre artistic director Christopher Haydon pays tribute to the remarkable actor Robert Vaughn, who passed away last week
Why awards really do matter
As the Evening Standard Awards are announced, Matt Trueman looks at the price of chasing celebrities over talent
Why aren't more women centre stage?
In a week where a woman failed to become President, Sarah Crompton reflects on the vicious circle of women being overlooked on stage
How I become Trump on stage each night
By Simon Jay
Simon Jay on Trumpageddon, his satirical show about the Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump
Why theatre criticism is actually impossible
Matt Trueman looks at what is more important in theatre - ideas or expression?