How many creatives does it take to make a one-man musical? The answer can be "quite a few". And that it is in the case of SUPERHERO, the British one-man - or rather "one-dad" - musical now receiving its world premiere at London's Southwark Playhouse.
Lizzie Q&A podcast and photos: Why axe murderer Lizzie Borden is a feminist icon
The American gothic rock musical Lizzie, which is now receiving its UK premiere in a limited season at London's Greenwich Theatre, opens and closes with a nursery rhyme I memorised in my own American youth about the real-life 19th-century crime.
Photos and podcast: Mart Crowley and The Boys in the Band cast on making history
Mart Crowley’s seminal play, The Boys in the Band, premiered in New York in 1968, just 14 months before the Stonewall riots that ignited the gay rights movement.
#HighTide2016 photos and podcast: Alexi Kaye Campbell, Elizabeth McGovern and Ben Miles
I made my HighTide Festival debut this weekend and what a privilege. Over the course of the weekend at this ten-day annual event, I had the privilege of chairing three hour-long "Face to Face" talks with world-class artists.
Photos and podcast: The politics of theatre at The Caucasian Chalk Circle Q&A
What's the difference between political theatre and theatre about politics? Can theatre be a catalyst for real change? Do right-wing political perspectives get a fair hearing onstage or is theatre the preserve of the left-wing?
Podcast: AYULTP looks back on #theatre2014 discoveries including the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse
The candelit Sam Wanamaker Playhouse at Shakespeare's Globe opened its doors in January 2014