Louise Jameson: 'West End or Fringe? Fringe theatre is up there for me'
Actress and former Doctor Who star Louise Jameson is about to open in Philip Ridley's visceral play about hate crime Vincent River, here she answers our 20 questions about the play and her career
Sam Hodges: 'The new Nuffield theatre is even better than I thought it might be'
The new NST City in Southampton has developed over the course of many years and has now finally opened. Here artistic director Sam Hodges explains why it's a relief
Trevor Nunn: 'If I wasn't a director for a job, I would do it as a hobby'
As he directs the world premiere of Harley Granville Barker's play Agnes Colander, Trevor Nunn explains what drives him to be a director
Niamh Cusack: 'I thought I'd missed my chance to play Lady Macbeth'
Cusack stars as the murderous wife in the RSC production of Shakespeare's classic
Garry Robson: 'Our stages need to reflect how diverse this country is'
As he prepares to open in the third Ramps on the Moon project Our Country's Good, actor Garry Robson explains why the approach and attitude to disability in theatre is slowly changing
Belinda Lang: 'If I could change one thing I'd eliminate the killing gene'
As she prepares to open in the Orange Tree's production of Humble Boy, we ask Belinda Lang 20 questions about the show and her life
Patsy Ferran: 'Drama school prepared me for being pigeon-holed'
As she steps up to play Tennessee Williams' most-loved character, Patsy Ferran explains why she's learnt to stop apologising for being onstage
Jonathan Hyde: 'Nixon was nothing in comparison with what we have now'
As he prepares to open in Sheffield's Frost/Nixon, Jonathan Hyde reflects on how he avoided the Vietnam War to head to drama school and the pitfalls of Nixon
'Seat belts in bed': Emmanuelle Bastet shares tales from the Dream
As Robert Carsen's production of Britten's Shakespeare opera returns to ENO, its revival director talks to WhatsOnStage.
Milly Thomas: 'I wanted my play Dust to be a battle cry for life'
As her show transfers from Edinburgh to London, writer and actor Milly Thomas explains what inspired her to write about suicide