Grace Olusola explores how her relationship with musical theatre has changed over the years, and the influence of Hamilton on opening up the theatre to new audiences.
Juliet Daniels delves into her formative relationship with the whacky world of Rocky Horror, and the joys of dressing up and dancing along live!
Imogen Front shares with us her formative experience of live theatre at the now closed Nuffield Southampton Theatre.
By bringing the Shakespearean drama not only to life but to the immediate surrounding of us, Sleep No More blurs the border between drama and life.
A new edition of ‘Plays that Made Me’, this time charting the start of a life loving musical theatre after watching Les Mis.
In the second Plays That Made Me instalment, Mimi Pattinson remembers Connor McPherson’s Girl from the North Country and its exploration of life, loss and love through Bob Dylan’s music and poetry.
We look back at the plays that left a profound impact upon us when performance was live and the atmosphere electric. Pauline Gümpel relives Ivo Van Hove’s Électre / Oreste and the confounding combination of nature and artificiality.