An introduction to Korean theatre at this year's Fringe
By Ginny Kim
Korean theatre practitioner Ginny Kim explains how Korean exports have evolved from being very traditional into more daring modern work
Michelle Terry is a strong choice for the Globe – but she's not a safe bet
Matt Trueman speculates on what Michelle Terry might bring to her new role as AD of Shakespeare's Globe
Theatre needs to go to the people - and other lessons from Latitude Festival
Matt Trueman reflects on a weekend at this cross-arts festival in Suffolk
It's good to keep it complex – and other lessons from the Manchester International Festival
As the Manchester International Festival closes, our critic reflects on John McGrath's first year as artistic director
Why tap is the future of dance
Sarah Crompton reflects on a recent trip to Dorrance Dance company's ETM: Double Down at Sadler's Wells
Theatre aimed exclusively at kids makes you realise yours probably want to kill you
Made In China's new show Double Double Act proves how different our sensibilities are from our own children
Is new technology driving young writers away from theatre?
Holly Williams reflects on Gabriel Bisset-Smith's London Writers' Week talk
What theatre could learn from Love Island
After a frustrating trip to the theatre, the hit ITV2 reality show got Sarah Crompton thinking about the lack of true to life stories told on our stages
Howard Brenton: 'To write Strindberg anew, I had to contact his spirit'
By Howard Brenton
The playwright talks about what it took to write his new version of Miss Julie, which opens at Theatre by the Lake this week
Why theatre for kids is more important than ever
By Sue Buckmaster
Children's theatre group Theatre-Rites turns 21 this year. The artistic director explains why kids' theatre doesn't have to be dull