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Changing of the Guard: Gregory Doran at the RSC
By Theo Bosanquet · 14 Oct 2013 · London

In the latest of our regular series of interviews with new artistic directors, we chat to the RSC's Gregory Doran as he prepares to open Richard II starring David Tennant

Brief Encounter with... BLAM!'s Kristján Ingimarsson
By Editorial Staff · 12 Oct 2013 · London
Tell us a bit about BLAM!I originally had the idea of creating a show which played with film and comic-book archetypes. BLAM! is the game we play and it's about the ...
Brief Encounter with... JCS and Miss Saigon director Laurence Connor
By Theo Bosanquet · 11 Oct 2013 · Northwest

Laurence Connor is a busy man, with his WhatsOnStage Award-winning production of Jesus Christ Superstar recently returning to the UK (it's at the O2 Arena on Sunday) and his reworked Miss Saigon opening at the Prince Edward Theatre in May 2014

Playwright Sarah Rutherford: 'Middle-class, mixed-race families are invisible on our stages'
By Editorial Staff · 10 Oct 2013 · London

As her new play Adult Supervision premieres at the Park Theatre, playwright Sarah Rutherford discusses multiculturalism in modern Britain

20 Questions with... Secret Theatre's Leo Bill: 'I liked the idea of being an obese restaurant critic'
By Editorial Staff · 8 Oct 2013 · London

Leo Bill, 33, is part of the ensemble currently performing Secret Theatre at the Lyric Hammersmith

The Commitments' Killian Donnelly: I told my agent 'I have to audition for this'
By Theo Bosanquet · 7 Oct 2013 · London

Killian Donnelly plays bad boy lead singer Deco in Roddy Doyle's stage adaptation of his bestselling novel The Commitments, which premieres this week at the West End's Palace Theatre

Brief Encounter with...Australian baritone Duncan Rock
By Keith McDonnell · 5 Oct 2013 · London
Who or what was the biggest musical influence in your life?I have had several strong influences. Initially it was the recordings of Bryn Terfel. Growing up in Western Australia I didn't have ...
James Graham: 'I've never felt a political play should appeal to the head and not the heart'
By Theo Bosanquet · 3 Oct 2013 · London

Playwright James Graham, 31, discusses the current NYT revival of Tory Boyz, the forthcoming TV adaptation of This House and his latest project - working with Gary Barlow on the rewrite of Finding Neverland

Brief Encounter with... Joseph Millson, The Globe's Macbeth
By Theo Bosanquet · 1 Oct 2013 · London

Joseph Millson is coming to the end of his summer playing the title role in Shakespeare's Macbeth at The Globe. Here, he discusses working with Samantha Spiro, the challenges of aeroplanes, and his plans for the future.

20 Questions with... Handbagged's Fenella Woolgar
By Editorial Staff · 28 Sep 2013 · London

Fenella Woolgar plays the young Margaret Thatcher in Moira Buffini's play Handbagged, which opens at the Tricycle Theatre this week. Woolgar, whose stage credits include Motortown and Circle Mirror Transformation, recently won the Clarence Derwent Award for her role in Hedda Gabler at the Old Vic last year.

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