Tim Crouch

Tim Crouch: 'It can be difficult when you come with a reputation'
The theatremaker behind An Oak Tree, Adler and Gibb and I, Malvolio says he's tired of being labelled a radical
Matt Trueman: The shows you wish you could see again
Whether reinventing a show or faithfully restoring it, revivals are integral to the theatregoing experience
An Oak Tree (NT Temporary Theatre)
Tim Crouch's experimental two-hander is revived a decade after its premiere
Unicorn Theatre announces new season
The season features Tim Crouch, Timberlake Wertenbaker and a musical about fairytale villains
Matt Trueman: Rufus Norris is subtly creating a National Theatre for everyone
Norris, who announced his inaugural season last week, wants his National to speak to the nation
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'
Royal Court's Adler & Gibb splits critics
Tim Crouch's latest work, running at the Royal Court until 5 July, proves divisive
Catherine Love: In praise of confusion
There's always a place for carefully crafted narrative, but why are we so keen for theatre to make sense all the time?
Adler & Gibb (Royal Court)
Tim Crouch's latest play is a slow burning exploration of art and appropriation
Catherine Love: The specifics of site
As site-specific theatre becomes ever more ubiqutious, perhaps it is time to question what the label really means