Thomas Ostermeier

It's good to keep it complex – and other lessons from the Manchester International Festival
As the Manchester International Festival closes, our critic reflects on John McGrath's first year as artistic director
Review: Returning to Reims (HOME, MIF)
Schaubühne's Thomas Ostermeier adapts Didier Eribon's bestselling memoir for this world premiere at MIF
First look: Nina Hoss in rehearsals for Thomas Ostermeier's Returning to Reims
The show will run as part of Manchester International Festival
Review: Richard III (Schaubuhne, Barbican Theatre)
Thomas Ostermeier's German production of Shakespeare's dark play is an intense rocket ride over two and a half hours
Willkommen, Bienvenue, Welcome: Fergus Linehan on the EIF's glut of cabaret
Simon Thompson talks to the artistic director of the Edinburgh International Festival, ahead of it opening this week
20 Questions: Bad Jews director Michael Longhurst
By Editorial Staff
'I'm not Jewish but I found it incredibly universal in its appeal'
Looking back: Michael Coveney's theatre review of 2014
Our chief critic reflects on his theatrical highs and lows of the past 12 months
Catherine Love: Can everyone really get talking across cultures?
The upcoming Best of BE Festival and All Change offer two models for international cultural conversation
An Enemy of the People (Barbican Theatre)
Thomas Ostermeier's production is poetic and faithful to Ibsen