Glenn Close and Elaine May's performances in New York prove that experience is a gift
User Not Found: the Edinburgh show exploring what happens to your internet profile when you die
Edinburgh Fringe may claim to be open to all, but money dictates access
Why are we so obsessed with the history play?
Theatre criticism is in desperate need of greater diversity
Getting into the head of a serial killer: designing the immersive Hollow Hotel
Gym addiction: The line between me and my play's protagonist became very faint
Microphones should not replace the ability to project
Matt Trueman: 'Lighting designers are the unseen heroes of the theatre'
Matt Trueman: British theatre has lost none of its heat
Matt Trueman: What planet is Steven Berkoff on?
Michael Coveney: 'You can judge a book by its cover and a show by its first scene'
Michael Coveney: Could men become the new minority in theatre?
Laura McDermott: 'Fierce is promiscuous – there’s almost no arts organisation we haven’t been with'
Matt Trueman: There's a giant leap from page to stage
Opera – when directors rule
Catherine Love: 'Interaction does not always mean choice'
Catherine Love: My theatre highlights of the year so far
Catherine Love: Do more theatres mean more choice for theatregoers?
Catherine Love: In theatre, simple is often best
Catherine Love: We need to make theatre more welcoming
Catherine Love: Time up for show times?
Catherine Love's Edinburgh Fringe Diary #2
Catherine Love: Transforming the funding landscape