Interviews

Director Maria Aberg: 'We have a responsibility to consider gender-blind casting'
By Catherine Love · 11 Jun 2014

The Hotel director is returning to the RSC to helm a radical reinterpretation of John Webster's The White Devil

20 Questions: Ruthie Henshall - 'Your life can change anytime, you just have to make the choice'
By Rosie Bannister · 7 Jun 2014

West End veteran Ruthie Henshall, who is currently playing Mrs Wilkinson in Billy Elliot, talks working with children, why she has no regrets and future plans

Paul Miller: 'It's time the Orange Tree got back into the London theatre conversation'
By Michael Coveney · 5 Jun 2014

The Orange Tree's new artistic director has ambitious plans for the theatre

Video: Kevin Spacey discusses Richard III, Clarence Darrow and his new documentary
By Theo Bosanquet · 5 Jun 2014

We recently caught up with Kevin Spacey as he marks his tenth year at the Old Vic

Annie Get Your Gun director Ian Talbot: 'I want to get up there with them'
By Theo Bosanquet · 3 Jun 2014

The actor and director, who ran the Regent's Park Open Air Theatre for over 20 years, talks about his new touring production of Annie Get Your Gun starring Jason Donovan, Emma Williams and Norman Pace

Christiane Karg, Glyndebourne's Sandrina: 'It's like being part of a big family'
By Simon Thomas · 1 Jun 2014

Rising German soprano stars in Glyndebourne's first-ever staging of Mozart's 'La finta giardiniera'.

Summer Strallen: 'Musical theatre people can't act, apparently'
By Rosie Bannister · 30 May 2014

Summer Strallen is currently starring in Andrew Lippa's Life of the Party at the Menier Chocolate Factory, a revue of his work which runs until 14 June

Alexandra Burke chats about The Bodyguard and I Can't Sing!
By Ben Hewis · 29 May 2014

We talk to the X Factor winner who will soon take over from Beverley Knight in the musical adaptation of the 1992 film

Rachel De-lahay: 'I was desperate for a creative outlet'
By Catherine Love · 27 May 2014

Rachel De-lahay originally trained as an actress before turning her hand to playwriting. She has since had two plays produced by the Royal Court and won an Evening Standard Award for Most Promising Playwright. Her new play, Circles, arrives at the Tricycle Theatre this week

Nicholas Wright: 'Eugene de Kock is like Myra Hindley in South Africa'
By Michael Coveney · 27 May 2014

As his new play A Human Being Died That Night opens at Hampstead Theatre, Nicholas Wright talks to Michael Coveney about returning to his South African roots