Rufus Norris

Did the critics murder Macbeth?
Find out what the reviews said of Rufus Norris' return to Shakespeare
Can a piece of theatre ever be a finished product?
As A Pacifist's Guide to the War on Cancer opens its international tour, Matt Trueman reflects on how shows can go through a process of reinvention
Macbeth at the National Theatre rehearsals with Rory Kinnear and Anne-Marie Duff
This production of the Scottish Play is directed by the venue's AD Rufus Norris
Commercial and subsidised theatre must stand together to support creativity in schools
By Luke Shires
As Rufus Norris comments on the worrying trend of arts subjects being reduced in schools, director of Joe Public Luke Shires explains why the commercial and subsidised sector must be a collective force
We must make routes into arts jobs clearer
Following a conversation with director Javaad Alipoor, Daisy Bowie-Sell reflects on how creative jobs still aren't seen as viable ways to make a living
Why today's theatremakers aren't suited to the Olivier
Sarah Crompton reflects on the reasons why the Olivier has had such a tumultuous year
Rufus Norris: 'We must be aware of nepotism in the theatre industry'
The director of the National Theatre has spoken out about how directors and venues must avoid nepotism
Did Mosquitoes get stung by the critics?
By Editorial Staff
Olivia Colman and Olivia Williams star in Lucy Kirkwood's latest play about life, the universe and everything