Michael Coveney: Remembering the lost lines of Lenny Henry and others
'The actor's nightmare of drying on stage is always vivid but, in the event, it's never catastrophic'
Michael Coveney: Royal 'Sher-speare' Company makes plans as Dame Diana goes solo
Reflections on recent developments in Stratford and some classic critical put-downs
Michael Coveney: Rufus Norris's National - fresh meat or cold potatoes?
'In the admirable rush to be all things to all men in the name of diversity and inclusivity, the danger is you lose sight of what you really want to do'
A Christmas Carol (Middle Temple Hall)
By Will Stone
Antic Disposition's atmospheric production is a 'thoroughly stimulating experience'
Michael Coveney: Censorship scare gets serious as Mamet becomes a Lindsay-fest
'Lohan has already been gleefully pre-judged in some quarters'
Michael Coveney: Elegy for a massacre in Southwark, sweet sorrow at ENO, faint hearts at the Globe
Sweeney Todd was announced for the English National Opera and Doctor Scroggy's War opened at the Globe
The Man Jesus (Tour - Salford)
By Richard Woodward
Richard Woodward catches Simon Callow's one man show at the Lowry and he sees much to admire.