Erica Whyman

Antony Sher to play King Lear at RSC
Also announced today is a new production of Henry V to coincide with the 600th anniversary of Agincourt
RSC plans to reopen The Other Place in 2016
The new venue will 'embody the spirit of the original', said director Erica Whyman
The Christmas Truce (Royal Shakespeare Company)
Erica Whyman directs Phil Porter's new family play inspired by real events of exactly 100 years ago
Exclusive first look at The RSC's Love's Labour's Lost starring Michelle Terry and Edward Bennett
The first of three plays in rep at the companies Stratford home opens on 15 October
The Gate's Christopher Haydon: 'We want to create work that looks at massive ideas'
The artistic director of the Gate Theatre on the theatre's history, its 35th anniversary and his attitude to programming
Catherine Love: There's a small revolution brewing in Stratford-upon-Avon
A summer festival of short plays by women addresses contemporary gender politics at the Royal Shakespeare Company
RSC's Erica Whyman: 'We could be much more rebellious'
The deputy artistic director of the Royal Shakespeare Company talks feminism, Midsummer Mischief and the importance of political theatre at the RSC
Director Maria Aberg: 'We have a responsibility to consider gender-blind casting'
The Hotel director is returning to the RSC to helm a radical reinterpretation of John Webster's The White Devil
RSC marks First World War centenary with Love's Labour's double bill
The company has also commissioned a new family play based on the Christmas truce of 1914
Changing of the Guard: Lorne Campbell at Northern Stage
In the next in our series of interviews with new artistic directors, we speak to Lorne Campbell about taking the reins from Erica Whyman at Northern Stage