Anya Reiss: 'We're just trying to make it not a museum piece'
The playwright discusses updating Chekhov and her new version of Uncle Vanya at the St James Theatre
Maria Friedman: 'I'm a performer first and foremost'
The award-winning actress and director discusses her new cabaret show at The Pheasantry and joining the cast of EastEnders
Stones in His Pockets director Ian McElhinney: 'The play has become more pertinent'
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The original director of the multi-award winning comedy gives WhatsOnStage an insight into the new tour
Natalie Mendoza: 'It's musical theatre like no one has experienced it before'
The star of Here Lies Love at the National discusses the unseen side of Imelda Marcos and what she learned from Spider-man: Turn Off the Dark
20 Questions: Gypsy's Lara Pulver - 'I might have been an athlete'
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The Sherlock and Spooks actress has returned to musicals to star opposite Imelda Staunton in Gypsy at Chichester Festival Theatre
Nicholas de Jongh: 'It was an accident that I turned to playwriting'
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Nicholas de Jongh, who switched from criticism to playwriting following the success of Plague over England in 2008, premieres his new play The Unquiet Grave of Garcia Lorca at the Drayton Arms Theatre
Speed-the-Plow director: 'Lindsay Lohan is a proper actress'
Lindsay Posner discusses his love of David Mamet, and why he's been shocked by the headlines regarding a certain cast member
Shannon Tarbet: 'Being in a solo show is terrifying but extremely exciting'
The rising star actress, 22, is currently starring in one-woman play The Edge of Our Bodies at the Gate Theatre, which features as part of the venue's 35th anniversary celebrations
Roger Allam: 'Acting, like many professions, is getting more exclusive'
As he returns to Hampstead Theatre in the UK premiere of Theresa Rebeck's Seminar, Roger Allam reflects on his illustrious career and the 'creeping corporatisation' of art
Alexander Hanson: 'If you do too many musicals, that's all you can do'
The actor has swapped the West End stage for the Rose Theatre, Kingston, where he stars in a revival of Alan Bennett's double-bill Single Spies