Interviews

Elizabeth Zharoff, ENO's Violetta: 'Jeez, I'm glad she's dead'
The Californian singer, dancer and video game composer on her career past, present and future
20 Questions: Mark Strong - 'Eddie Carbone is misunderstood'
By Editorial Staff
The star of Ivo van Hove's award-winning revival of A View from the Bridge on not being a lawyer, idolising David Bowie and stripping back Arthur Miller
Royal Exchange's Sarah Frankcom: 'A good play doesn't leave you alone'
The director talks judging the Bruntwood Prize, filming Hamlet and staging a new play on Manchester's scuttler gangs
The Nether playwright Jennifer Haley: 'What I'm writing about is already here'
The award-winning American writer's play The Nether, examining child abuse in a virtual world, has transferred to the West End
20 Questions: Katie Brayben - 'Playing Carole King is my biggest challenge yet'
By Editorial Staff
The Beautiful star recently tipped as one of our 15 faces to watch in 2015 talks meditating at the piano, playing Princess Di and fighting over naked actors
Orange Tree's Paul Miller: 'I want to look to the future, not dwell on the past'
On his first day as artistic director of the Richmond venue, Miller was told it had lost all Arts Council funding. We caught up with him to find out what happened next
20 Questions: Cathy Tyson - 'The story of Marie Curie is exhilarating'
By Editorial Staff
The Mona Lisa star is about to appear in Alan Alda's debut play Radiance: The Passion of Marie Curie at the Tabard Theatre
Daniel Evans: 'If we can imagine it we should be able to depict it'
Sheffield Theatres' artistic director talks Sarah Kane, toe-tapping sailors and American Buffalo
Walter Meierjohann: 'Home Manchester will be like a mini-Barbican'
We meet the artistic director of Manchester's new cross-arts venue
Brian Blessed: 'I look on Lear as an Everest, an adventure'
When Brian Blessed takes to the stage next month he marks two firsts; portraying the troubled King Lear on stage and performing with his daughter