Michael Coveney: Could men become the new minority in theatre?
By Michael Coveney
Some of the greatest female roles in world drama are currently being re-defined
Kate Fleetwood: ‘If Walter White was a woman, would we have found it as exciting?'
By Ben Hewis
The Tony and Olivier Award-nominated actress talks about growing up in Stratford, the pressures of parenthood and the upcoming 'truthfully gruelling' version of Medea
Full casting announced for Almeida Medea
By Editorial Staff
Rupert Goold's production opens in September
Matt Trueman: Greek revivals taking theatre back to the future
By Matt Trueman
What is the purpose of the recent spate of Greek revivals?
Cerys Matthews composing music for National's Our Country's Good
The Catatonia star is the latest pop artist to work at the National
Mark Strong and Helen McCrory win at Critics' Circle Awards
This year's critics' picks also included Gypsy and King Charles III