Matt Trueman

In rehearsals for The Grinning Man, a 'dark cracked fairytale'
The ghoulish adaptation of the Victor Hugo novel opens at the Trafalgar Studios next week
The best design work is often woefully misunderstood
As the Donmar Warehouse finishes its week-long festival of design, Matt Trueman looks at why bigger isn't always better
Peter Brook Empty Space Awards to end as 2017 winners announced
The Yard Theatre has won on the 28th anniversary of the awards, as Blanche Marvin announces the final year
Verity Bargate Award winner announced 2017
The winner of the prestigious new writing award has been announced at Soho Theatre
Are theatre critics writing for audiences?
Matt Trueman ruminates on what star ratings mean to audiences
What American theatre can teach us about diverse casting
Matt Trueman discusses the ways in which diversity can be presented onstage, compared with those overseas
Lyn Gardner wins Total Theatre Award
The Edinburgh awards are presented to artists across five categories
How do you solve a problem like the Olivier?
As the National Theatre faces two duds over the summer, Matt Trueman looks at what makes the Olivier work
Having a Donald Trump Julius Caesar is in bad taste. That's the point
After big sponsors pull out of a production of Julius Caesar in New York, Matt Trueman looks at how having a Trump Caesar adds to the satire
Why are subsidised theatres charging West End rates?
Matt Trueman looks at a rising trend of subsidised theatres reflecting West End rates in their ticketing prices