JT Rogers: 'We've all been pummeled by bad political theatre'
As his Tony Award winning play opens at the National Theatre, playwright JT Rogers explains why his piece isn't just a dry political thriller and why he got star struck meeting Stephen Sondheim
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
In pictures: Imelda Staunton, Janie Dee and the cast of Follies
Stephen Sondheim's musical opens at the National Theatre this week
Stephen Sondheim: 'I said no to John Tiffany's all-male version of Company'
At the National Theatre's platform the legendary composer talked Company and Follies
Stephen Sondheim to talk about Follies at National Theatre platform
The composer and lyricist will appear in an NT talk at the Dorfman Theatre in conversation with Jeremy Sams
Remembering Barbara Cook: a life in performances
By Editorial Staff
With the sad news of Barbara Cook's passing, we look back at some of her career-defining performances