Caryl Churchill

Max Stafford-Clark steps down from Out of Joint
The artistic director has been at the head of the company for 23 years
Zinnie Harris: There's momentum behind Scottish theatre at the moment
As she faces a three-show August, the playwright and director Zinnie Harris explains what sparked Meet Me at Dawn and why writers should be careful in rehearsal rooms
Let's not lose sight of the limitations of studio theatres
As Nicholas Hytner and Nick Starr's new Bridge Theatre prepares to announce its new season, Matt Trueman looks at why studio theatre spaces have their limitations
Deborah Findlay: 'Caryl Churchill's work is always so unexpected'
As she returns to Escaped Alone at the Royal Court ahead of a New York transfer and UK tour, the actress explains why Caryl Churchill's play is like a piece of music
Caryl Churchill wins at Writers' Guild Awards
Tom Stoppard was also honoured at the event in London
Top 5 theatre openings: 23 - 29 January
From an Alice In Wonderland musical to Caryl Churchill, here's the best of the openings this week
Superb Donald Trump plays prove spiky and savage
As the inauguration approaches, Sarah Crompton visits Theatre503's new play festival Top Trumps and discovers how theatre can shine a light on the issues
Caryl Churchill and Roy Williams pen plays for Donald Trump theatre festival
New plays in Theatre503's Top Trumps will respond to the forthcoming US president's election and inauguration
Where are the writers in The Stage 100 list?
Sarah Crompton applauds the increase in women, but worries about the lack of writers in The Stage's industry power list
2016 proved British theatre is better than ever
Matt Trueman on why this year showed British theatre is at the top of its game