Matt Trueman: the best of Britain's playwrights constantly reinvent themselves
Matt Trueman reflects on how Britain's best playwrights have the same desire to constantly reinvent that David Bowie had
Matt Trueman: British theatre has lost none of its heat
Matt Trueman disagrees with Telegraph critic Dominic Cavendish that British theatre isn't addressing the pressing issues of today
Matt Trueman: Set designers are not loonies. They're artists.
Trueman reflects on the Evening Standard Awards shortlist for best set design and responds to comments made recently about Lizzie Clachan's design for As You Like It at the National
Matt Trueman: What could theatre learn from #HOFEST?
Hofesh Shechter's festival provides a chance to get the measure of him as an artist. Matt Trueman asks if theatre could benefit from adapting a similar model?
Matt Trueman: the best shows might not be the most memorable
Though he didn't think much of it, Simon Stephens' Song from Far Away is still nibbling away at Matt Trueman
Matt Trueman: Are we at risk of forgetting the plays of the past?
For the first time in living memory, there is more new work on our stages than there are revivals
Matt Trueman: There's a giant leap from page to stage
Novels don't make great plays - but that's not to say they can't make great theatre - says Trueman