James Macdonald: 'Annie Baker is a poet of lost souls'
The director of the UK premiere of Annie Baker's John explains what draws him to specific playwrights, the furore around the premiere of Sarah Kane's Blasted and how he came to theatre
Caryl Churchill and Lucy Kirkwood recognised in Writer's Guild Awards
By Alex Wood
The awards, which celebrate writing talent in the media, were held last night in London
Caryl Churchill and Lucy Prebble plays to feature in The Other Room's 2018 spring season
By Alex Wood
The Cardiff venue has announced its first season under new artistic director Dan Jones
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
By Matt Trueman
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