Justina Gringyte - from Carmen to Carmen
After a triumph at ENO, the mezzo soprano brings her signature role to Scottish Opera
5 minutes with: Ray Fearon - 'I really wanted to be a tennis player but acting took over'
The actor, currently starring in Hecuba, discusses growing up, giving Agamemnon soul and taking audition tips from George Clooney
Kate Fleetwood: ‘If Walter White was a woman, would we have found it as exciting?'
The Tony and Olivier Award-nominated actress talks about growing up in Stratford, the pressures of parenthood and the upcoming 'truthfully gruelling' version of Medea
5 minutes with: Tanya Ronder - 'We must all hate ourselves for how little we are doing'
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The playwright tells us her inspiration behind F*ck the Polar Bears
Neil LaBute: 'It is always important to remind the next generation of real issues'
We chat to the playwright about his latest project, Mouthful, at the Trafalgar Studios
Reece Shearsmith talks Hangmen, weirdos and 'comedy of menace'
The League of Gentlemen star on his latest reinvention
5 minutes with: Tom Rhys Harries - 'Strindberg is a headache, but a good one'
With credits including Mojo at the Harold Pinter and Hotel at the National, the Welsh actor continues his flourishing theatre career in Creditors at the Young Vic
Ivo van Hove: 'I can really kill a darling'
The award-winning director of A View from the Bridge has returned to the Young Vic with Song from Far Away and is about to conquer New York
5 minutes with: Diana Vickers - 'Performing has always been in my bones'
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The former X Factor star has two new stage projects in the works
Robert Icke: 'Classics were never meant to be boring'
The director of 1984 and Oresteia on why theatre needs to compete with The Sopranos