Theatre

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How Theater of War Productions uses ancient stories to lead COVID-19 health workers out of silence and into a healing experience of community

BY Alastair Curtis | 17 AUG 21

As the playwright’s ‘Slave Play’ reaches a wider audience, Jameson Fitzpatrick looks at his work so far

BY Jameson Fitzpatrick | 12 SEP 19

Anthony Ekundayo Lennon, born to Irish parents but describes himself as ‘mixed-heritage’, won a theatre job meant to go to a BAME applicant

05 NOV 18

The artist queers the canonical histories of art and theatre, pointing to how things might actively and fantastically engage in being otherwise

BY Martin Hargreaves | 20 APR 18

Jordan Cronk visits Berlin’s Volksbühne and Liberté, Catalan filmmaker Albert Serra’s first large-scale work for the stage

BY Jordan Cronk | 08 MAR 18

As Susanne Kennedy's Women in Trouble premieres at Berlin's Volksbühne, the theatre director discusses her life and influences 

BY Susanne Kennedy | 19 DEC 17

A new play by Wallace Shawn examines what it means to survive in today’s society

BY Lynne Tillman | 01 JUN 17

A new album by theatre group Object Collection warns against political nostalgia 

BY Andrew Hultkrans | 23 APR 17

From Michael Gove to Mary Hurrell to Orange is The New Black, the year in review

BY Brian Dillon | 12 DEC 16

The final part of this week's art and trauma-themed Digest: A new play from Adam Brace at London's Almeida Theatre

30 SEP 16

Finding hope in hopeless times

BY Lynne Tillman | 17 SEP 16

On the new large-scale co-production Medea.Matrix by Susanne Kennedy, who will soon join Chris Dercon's new team at Berlin's Volksbühne

BY Tobi Müller | 25 AUG 16

Brian O'Doherty's homage to Samuel Beckett

BY Brenda Moore-McCann | 22 JUN 16

Robert Wilson's exuberant portrayal of Samuel Beckett's weary anti-hero, Krapp

BY Stephen Squibb | 31 MAR 16

Eimear McBride’s celebrated debut novel is taken to the stage

BY Ben Eastham | 21 MAR 16

What is an artist's play and how does it differ from performance art?

BY Matthew McLean AND Stephen Squibb | 10 MAR 16

What Milo Rau’s new play tells us about our current ‘humanitarian’ European identity

BY Dominikus Müller | 15 FEB 16

Ulla von Brandenburg’s recent performance is inspired by a post-French Revolution proto-feminist group 

BY Chris Sharratt | 10 FEB 16

As Chris Dercon is appointed artistic director at Volksbühne, Berlin, Germany is experiencing its biggest theatre controversy in more than 20 years

BY Tobi Müller | 29 APR 15