Interviews

Matthew Polenzani, the Royal Opera's Idomeneo

The American tenor and scion of the New York Met is back in town to sing Mozart

Robert Holman: 'I'm not trying to be difficult'

The Yorkshire-born dramatist discusses the London premiere of Jonah and Otto and why people 'often walk out' of his plays

Frantic Assembly's Scott Graham chats about Othello

Back on tour with a new take on the Bard's classic, director Scott Graham speaks to us about Frantic Assembly's award winning Othello

20 Questions: Georgia Stitt - My Lifelong Love
By Editorial Staff

The composer and lyricist makes her West End debut this weekend, with guests including Cynthia Erivo and Eva Noblezada

20 Questions: 'Tis Pity She's a Whore's Max Bennett - 'After this one I'll need a drink'

The rising star appears opposite Fiona Button in John Ford's classic tragedy in the candlelit Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

Changing of the Guard: Stewart Pringle at the Old Red Lion - 'I want a bit of chaos'

The critic for publications including WhatsOnStage recently took the reins of Islington's influential pub theatre

Zach Borichevsky discusses his UK debut for Glyndebourne Tour

On the road as Alfredo in Tom Cairns's staging of La Traviata, the up-and-coming American tenor discusses his career to date

Steven Naylor, Glyndebourne's casting guru, spills the beans

One of the most successful talent-spotters in the business shares his secrets

Katie Mitchell talks Europe, climate change and honouring Chekhov's radicalism

'An allowing of different types of theatre-making is only healthy to a culture'

Oscar Wilde's grandson Merlin Holland: 'We've got as close as we can to hearing him speak'

Holland has co-written The Trials of Oscar Wilde, which opens at Trafalgar Studios this week