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?
David Bowie's art collection shows his true genius
As Sotheby's open up an exhibition of David Bowie's art collection, and Lazarus opens next week, Sarah Crompton reflects on why the musician was a true artist
Children should be collaborators in theatre
Matt Trueman argues that the old saying 'never work with children and animals' just isn't true
Female nudity on stage has got to stop
After seeing several instances of female nudity on stage, Sarah Crompton asks whether it is ever really necessary
Howard Davies always managed to convey the complexity of life
Sarah Crompton pays tribute to the director Howard Davies, who has died at the age of 71
Emma Rice's departure is not about lighting
As Shakespeare's Globe announces the departure of its artistic director, Matt Trueman delves into the deeper issues behind the announcement
Microphones should not replace the ability to project
After Robert Icke's declaration that he supports the use of actors wearing microphones, Sarah Crompton asks whether we might lose something by relying on amplification
Diversity in theatre: how far have we really come?
Daisy Bowie-Sell reports back from The Curve's conference on diversity which looked at how far British theatre has come in the last 40 years
Playwrights should be predicting the future
As Oil opens at the Almeida Theatre, Matt Trueman looks at why it is important that writers are focusing on the future as well as the present