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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

Actor and theatre director Herbert Fritsch on his love of art – from Jackson Pollock to Dieter Roth – and not using scripts

BY Jan Kedves | 23 APR 14

David Levine, whose work embraces theatre, performance and video, discusses acting and identity

BY Dan Fox | 16 JUN 13

In this series, frieze d/e asks artists to discuss their affinities to another person’s work. Here, Sibylle Berg shares her enthusiasm for the Finnish video artist Heta Multanen

BY Jan Kedves | 27 MAY 13

The ‘laugh-out-loud’ appeal of Michael Portnoy’s theatre production, first staged at dOCUMENTA 13, Kassel

BY Dan Fox | 24 MAR 13

Newsrooms, agitprop theatre and the‘living newspaper'

BY Agnieszka Gratza | 01 SEP 12