How Adam, the cross-continental true story of a trans man, was made
By Frances Poet
After opening in Edinburgh last year, the remarkable Adam arrives at Battersea Arts Centre
Playwrights are casting more light on the state of things than politicians
As the autumn theatre season gears up, Sarah Crompton reflects on how playwrights are dealing with the current state of affairs better than politicians
Michael Billington is wrong: The Kiln's new name doesn't change a thing
By Sita McIntosh • WhatsOnStage
Outcry against the Tricycle Theatre's name change is unjustified, says WhatsOnStage's Sita McIntosh
How to make a musical: tiptoeing towards the stage
The third instalment in our series of blogs by writer and WhatsOnStage critic Michael Davies about getting his musical adaptation of Tess of the d'Urbervilles in front of producers and into a theatre
Lead actor? Pah. I'd buy a ticket to see a good supporting one
After watching Exit the King, Sarah Crompton looks at our astounding array of excellent actors in this country who seem to rarely lead an ensemble
Why are we so obsessed with the history play?
As The Lehman Trilogy opens at the National, Matt Trueman looks at why we've been seeing such a glut of history plays at the moment
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