West Side Story shouldn't be a museum piece: why a new version could be a good thing
Sarah Crompton reacts to the news that Ivo van Hove will direct the musical on Broadway
Letting the outside world into a theatre can add to the drama
After football encroaches on a performance of Hamilton, Matt Trueman reflects on how letting the outside in can affect a show
Tom Stocks: 'We need more young people in arts leadership positions'
By Tom Stocks
One of the panel of creatives of the International Youth Arts Festival speaks out about the need for young people to be part of decision making processes in the arts
There's huge potential in arts philanthropy funding
By Cinzia Hardy
The artistic director of the November Club Cinzia Hardy explains why winning the Achates Philanthropy Prize has been very important to the company
Why professional runs for drama school graduate companies makes absolute sense
Alun Hood considers the benefits after seeing Guildford School of Acting's production of Daisy Pulls It Off
Too often, verbatim theatre forgets to be theatre
Matt Trueman on why verbatim theatre pieces must do more than journalism or documentary
In Sea Wall, Andrew Scott goes from being a great actor to being one of the greats
Simon Stephens' monologue is revived for a special two-week performance at the Old Vic
Cate Blanchett will bring more people to an interesting project and that's no bad thing
As the Australian actress is confirmed to appear at the National Theatre, Sarah Crompton reflects on when celebrity casting works