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Simon Stephens: 'It's possibly the craziest year any playwright has ever had'
By Catherine Love · 7 Mar 2014 · London

The prolific, multi award-winning, impossible to pin-down playwright Simon Stephens discusses the reopening of Curious Incident, reuniting with Andrew Scott and why Chekhov is a 'really big deal'

Brief Encounter with... Do I Hear a Waltz? director John Savournin
By Editorial Staff · 4 Mar 2014 · London

The Charles Court Opera company's revival of rarely-seen Rodgers/Sondheim/Laurents musical Do I Hear a Waltz? opens at the Park Theatre this week

Jacqueline Wilson on the stage adaptation of her book Hetty Feather
By Ben Hewis · 26 Feb 2014 · London

The author discusses the background behind her book, how it came to be adapted for the stage and the importance of the Foundling Museum.

Brief Encounter With ...The Way You Tell Them's writer and performer Rachel Mars
By Glenn Meads · 21 Feb 2014 · Southwest

Rachel Mars' latest touring show The Way You Tell Them turns the spotlight on the inner workings of comedy, the desire and, sometimes uncontrollable, compulsion to be funny. Where does the responsibility lie when going for a laugh? We find out more.

Barrie Rutter on An August Bank Holiday Lark: 'I didn't want it to be a case of everyone goes to the trenches and dies'
By Ron Simpson · 19 Feb 2014 · Northeast

The artistic director of Northern Broadsides speaks to WhatsOnStage about the company's new production commemorating World War One

Savannah Stevenson discusses Wicked, flying and walking along the Southbank
By Ben Hewis · 19 Feb 2014 · London

We met with Glinda herself to have a chat about how she got to where she is now and find out more about the person under the long blonde wig

The cast of The Full Monty chat with WhatsOnStage
By Ben Hewis · 18 Feb 2014 · London

From how the show is not a musical to going full frontal in front of 160,000 people, the cheeky chaps lay it all on the table

Marti Webb: 'I was surprised the songs were still in my memory'
By Theo Bosanquet · 10 Feb 2014 · London

Nearly 35 years after she first created the role, Marti Webb has reprised her performance in Andrew Lloyd Webber and Don Black's one-woman show Tell Me on a Sunday, which transfers to the West End next week

Brief Encounter with ... Chris Thorpe
By Catherine Love · 6 Feb 2014 · London

The writer discusses Hannah, his new version of Dr Faustus at the Unicorn Theatre, and writing for younger audiences

Rebecca Hall on making her Broadway debut in Machinal
By David Gordon · 4 Feb 2014 · London

British actress Rebecca Hall - daughter of veteran director Peter Hall - is currently making her Broadway debut in a revival of Sophie Treadwell's 1928 Machinal. Our colleagues at TheaterMania recently caught up with her to find out more

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