David Hare

Michael Coveney: Maggie Smith comes up to date as two Nicks redefine the West End
Our esteemed critic publishes his new biography of Maggie Smith this week
Nancy Carroll joins Roger Allam in Hampstead's Moderate Soprano
David Hare's new play centres on the founding of Glyndebourne
Further casting announced for Chichester Chekhov season
Lucy Briers, Peter Egan and Nina Sosanya are among those joining the ensemble
Michael Coveney: Do Shakespeare marathons echo box set binges?
The current raft of epic history cycles continues a rich theatrical tradition
Michael Coveney: Why we love the shows that go wrong
'It's the combination of material accident and thespian shame the truly sadistic coarse theatre lover is craving'
Richard Johnson, film star and artistic associate of the RSC, dies aged 87
The actor, who turned down the starring role in the first James Bond film, died last week
5 firsts at the 2015 Tony Awards
By Editorial Staff
It was a good evening for women writers, British stalwarts and Kelli O'Hara
Helen Mirren and Curious Incident triumph at Tony Awards
It was a good night for the Brits at the 69th Tony Awards in New York
Simon Russell Beale and David Hare in new Hampstead season
Plays about Samuel Foote and the creation of Glyndebourne opera house feature in the venue's Autumn season
New York Snapshots: Audra McDonald returns, Wolf Hall transfers
By Bethany Rickwald
Our sister site in New York, TheaterMania.com, round up six key stories from the past few weeks