Nick Payne

The Art of Dying (Royal Court)
By Giles Cole · 4 Jul 2014 · London, Off-West End

Nick Payne's monologue is a moving and deeply personal meditation on death

Notes from New York: Summer season heats up with Jake Gyllenhaal, Rupert Grint, and maybe Miss Saigon
By Bethany Rickwald · 27 Jun 2014 · New York

Now the awards dust has settled the stars have arrived for summer in the city but, before it gets too sweltering, we enjoy a little outdoor Shakespeare

Nick Payne talks Incognito and its 'bittersweet' connection to the death of his father
By Theo Bosanquet · 19 May 2014 · London, Off-West End

The playwright explains what drew him to neuroscience and why his next project is a monologue on the subject of dying

Incognito (Bush Theatre)
By Catherine Love · 16 May 2014 · London, Off-West End

Nick Payne's cerebral new play arrives at the Bush Theatre

Theatre highlights of the week: Ruthie Hensall joins Billy, In The Heights and The Pajama Game open
By Ben Hewis · 12 May 2014 · London, Off-West End, West End

Lots of openings and transfers this week and not a single show closing

Royal Court confirms cast for Adler & Gibb, Nick Payne performs Art of Dying
By Jay Julier · 30 Apr 2014 · London, Off-West End

Tim Crouch's new play premieres at the Royal Court in June

Incognito (HighTide Festival, Halesworth)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 14 Apr 2014 · Halesworth

This new play by Nick Payne can be summed up as a thoroughly cerebral affair, both literally and figuratively.

Cast: Donmar Privacy, Globe Titus, Payne's Incognito and Gray's four plays
By Editorial Staff · 11 Mar 2014 · London, Newcastle upon Tyne, Off-West End

Four major new productions have announced casting in recent days

New Bush season includes Nick Payne's Incognito
By Theo Bosanquet · 27 Jan 2014 · London, Off-West End

Other plays in the 2014 season include works by Chris Thompson, Robin Soans and Jackie Sibblies Drury

Opening: Weir transfers, Payne's Blurred Lines and Russell Beale's Lear
By Editorial Staff · 20 Jan 2014 · London, Off-West End

Josie Rourke's acclaimed Donmar production of The Weir moves round the corner to Wyndham's, while one of our finest classical actors teams with Sam Mendes on King Lear at the National