Royal Court programs day of events in response to Weinstein revelations
Vicky Featherstone has organised a day of action at the London theatre
Mike Bartlett: 'I was staggered that Doctor Foster was so popular'
The playwright and Doctor Foster writer explains why he's gone a bit Chekhovian for his latest play Albion
Chris Thorpe: 'Would I describe Victory Condition as a play? I don't care'
Theatremaker and playwright Chris Thorpe talks about his new Royal Court play which focuses on the human need to win
James Lance: 'Splitting my trousers on stage brought the house down. And my trousers too'
By Alex Wood
Lance currently stars in Of Kith and Kin, a piece of new writing debuting at the Sheffield Crucible
Theatre needs intervals and not just for toilet breaks
As Follies opens without an interval at the National Theatre, Sarah Crompton explains why we shouldn't let the theatre break die out