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
International artists can be the making of British theatre
As LIFT kicks off in London, Matt Trueman looks at the festival's legacy and its future
How Celebration, the real-life town Disney created inspired my piece about fake nostalgia
By Greg Wohead
Greg Wohead's new piece, Celebration, Florida, was prompted by the entire town created by the Walt Disney Company
Lists like the New York Times' Best American Plays aren't stupid, they're helpful
As the American paper draws together 25 key plays since Angels in America, Matt Trueman asks what the value is of the 'Best Of' list
British theatre must address our colonial past
Matt Trueman asks why it is we're reluctant to address the realities of empire