Michael Coveney: Globe goes to war with RSC as Rupert Everett celebrates an anniversary
Dominic Dromgoole has criticised international subsidy of the RSC, while Rupert Everett and Colin Firth have been in reflective mood
Michael Coveney: Cats changed British theatre forever despite teething troubles
As Cats prepares to re-open in the West End after a 12 year hiatus, our chief critic reflects on the show's bumpy beginnings
Michael Coveney: Maggie blip at the BFI while Bendy signs on for Soho
The BFI's season of Maggie Smith films got off to a faltering start this week
Opera - when directors rule
The phenomenon known in German as Regietheater should be celebrated, not vilified
Michael Coveney: Ding dong merrily in panto and classic kids' shows
'I'm unrepentant in my love of pantomime, the greatest theatrical genre we have'
Susie McKenna: Behind the scenes at Mother Goose rehearsals
The Hackney Empire's artistic director is the first up in a series of blogs that lift the lid on the development of one of the UK's most popular pantomimes
Catherine Love: What makes a good conclusion?
Catherine Love bids farewell with a consideration of endings in theatre
Guest Blog: 'Live art is whispering through every crack in mainstream theatre'
By Nick Blackburn
Director Nick Blackburn talks about his latest project: David Hoyle's I, Victim as part of Chelsea Theatre's SACRED season
Notes from New York: Hunks on stage and a very Broadway thanksgiving parade
By Bethany Rickwald
New York is buckling down for the winter with Emma Stone, Hugh Jackman, and Bradley Cooper