Julie Taymor: A Midsummer Night's Dream is the greatest dissertation on love
The director of The Lion King and Spider-man: Turn Off the Dark on her latest production, which has transferred to the big screen
Jonathan Maitland: 'I want to give Jimmy Savile the trial he never had'
The man behind An Audience with Jimmy Savile at the Park Theatre tells us what he hopes the play, which premieres on Thursday, will achieve
James Lapine: 'Everything I do with Sondheim is a pleasure'
The Into the Woods writer has enjoyed a 35-year working relationship with Stephen Sondheim, though they disagree about Lady Gaga
Niamh Cusack: The Rehearsal has given me a taste for playing bitches
Cusack stars alongside Edward Bennett, Katherine Kingsley and Jamie Glover in the acclaimed Chichester Festival production
Lee Hall: ‘Billy Elliot is even more relevant now than when we made it'
As the hit screen-to-stage musical celebrates its tenth birthday in the West End, we speak to writer Lee Hall about its ongoing resonance
Nancy Sinatra: 'His voice could make peace in the world'
The daughter of Frank Sinatra on marking the centenary of his birth at the Palladium
Michael Frayn: 'You never know what's going to catch the public fancy'
The veteran playwright on his latest project, Matchbox Theatre - An Evening of Short Entertainments
Leading Ladies: Rachel Tucker - 'I'll never lose my love of singing'
The award-winning former Wicked star recently returned from making her Broadway debut in Sting's The Last Ship, and is about to play a dominatrix in an Ayckbourn farce
20 Questions: Mark Strong - 'Eddie Carbone is misunderstood'
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The star of Ivo van Hove's award-winning revival of A View from the Bridge on not being a lawyer, idolising David Bowie and stripping back Arthur Miller
The Nether playwright Jennifer Haley: 'What I'm writing about is already here'
The award-winning American writer's play The Nether, examining child abuse in a virtual world, has transferred to the West End