Sierra Boggess: So you want to be a musical theatre performer?
Penelope Skinner: 'Both Meek and Angry Alan were prompted by the shifting political landscape'
Su Pollard: If you spent your whole life listening to advice you'd never leave your bed
David Edgar: 'Who knows? Perhaps I'll audition for Falstaff'
Paterson Joseph: 'Denying black people their place in historical dramas is ignorant of British history'
Wendi Peters: 'Quartet touches on the funny side of dementia'
Scarlett Strallen: 'A Chorus Line almost wrecked my body'
Ivo van Hove: 'I can really kill a darling'
5 minutes with: Anne Reid – 'I finally feel I'm who I wanted to be'
Kyle Riabko: 'To be trusted by Burt Bacharach is a true honour'
Julie Taymor: A Midsummer Night's Dream is the greatest dissertation on love
Jonathan Maitland: 'I want to give Jimmy Savile the trial he never had'
James Lapine: 'Everything I do with Sondheim is a pleasure'
Niamh Cusack: The Rehearsal has given me a taste for playing bitches
Lee Hall: ‘Billy Elliot is even more relevant now than when we made it’
Nancy Sinatra: 'His voice could make peace in the world'
Michael Frayn: 'You never know what's going to catch the public fancy'
Leading Ladies: Rachel Tucker – 'I'll never lose my love of singing'
20 Questions: Mark Strong – 'Eddie Carbone is misunderstood'
The Nether playwright Jennifer Haley: 'What I'm writing about is already here'
Orange Tree's Paul Miller: 'I want to look to the future, not dwell on the past'
Walter Meierjohann: 'Home Manchester will be like a mini-Barbican'
James Corden: An ordinary man in an extraordinary world
Leading Ladies: Cynthia Erivo – 'I want to do everything'