Interviews

Joshua Hopkins - Glyndebourne's new Argante
By Simon Thomas · 24 Jul 2014

'Colm Wilkinson in Les Misérables is the reason I discovered I could sing'

Changing of the Guard: Jeremy Herrin at Headlong
By Theo Bosanquet · 21 Jul 2014

As he prepares to open The Nether in a co-production with the Royal Court, Jeremy Herrin discusses taking on 'the best job in British theatre'

Invincible director Ellie Jones: 'I always trust the playwright to tell the story'
By Editorial Staff · 16 Jul 2014

The former artistic director of the Southwark Playhouse is currently directing Torben Betts' class war drama, which has moved from the Orange Tree to the St James Theatre

20 Questions: Yolanda Kettle - 'Jennifer Lawrence astounds me'
By Editorial Staff · 11 Jul 2014

The actress who recently appeared opposite Andrew Scott in Birdland is currently starring in a trilogy of American plays, Shutters, at the Park Theatre as part of an all-female cast

Daytona's Maureen Lipman: 'This is unquestionably the best role I've ever had'
By Theo Bosanquet · 7 Jul 2014

The much-loved actress discusses ballroom dancing, roles for older women and how it feels to have the biggest dressing room

Curious Incident's Graham Butler: 'I've realised how much of a collaboration it is'
By Theo Bosanquet · 4 Jul 2014

The 28-year-old actor had never seen multi award-winning show The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time when he landed the lead role of Christopher Boone

Kristin Chenoweth on her return to the London stage
By Ben Hewis · 3 Jul 2014

In an interview with our sister site Theatermania, the Wicked actress discusses her Royal Albert Hall gig, a Pushing Daisies musical, and the Japanese version of "Popular"

Yaël Farber on directing The Crucible: 'It's only in the darkest stories that you see glimmers of heroism'
By Michael Coveney · 2 Jul 2014

The South African who reinvented Miss Julie to stunning effect has turned her attention to Arthur Miller's modern classic about the Salem witch trials, which opens at the Old Vic this week

RSC's Erica Whyman: 'We could be much more rebellious'
By Catherine Love · 30 Jun 2014

The deputy artistic director of the Royal Shakespeare Company talks feminism, Midsummer Mischief and the importance of political theatre at the RSC

Alex Lawther: 'I was doing my A Levels and leading a West End show'
By Editorial Staff · 26 Jun 2014

Actor Alex Lawther, 19, who was nominated for a WhatsOnStage Award for South Downs, tells us about his latest play The Glass Supper, which premieres at Hampstead Theatre this week