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Reputations: Martin Crimp (2/2)

REPUTATIONS: MARTIN CRIMP (2/2) Lindsay Posner, Dan Rebellato, Auriol Smith and Anne Tipton conclude their reflections on Crimp’s varied body of work. Aleks Sierz hosts. Recorded live.

Reputations: Martin Crimp (1/2)

REPUTATIONS: MARTIN CRIMP (1/2) Lindsay Posner, Dan Rebellato, Auriol Smith and Anne Tipton begin their comprehensive survey of Crimp’s formidable dramatic output. Aleks Sierz hosts. Recorded live.

Theatrevoice Forum: Children’s Theatre (3/3)

DEBATE: CHILDREN’S THEATRE (3/3) Q&A: John Retallack, David Wood and Annie Wood conclude their discussion. Heather Neill hosts. Recorded live.

Theatrevoice Forum: Children’s Theatre (2/3)

DEBATE: CHILDREN’S THEATRE (2/3) John Retallack, David Wood and Annie Wood continue the discussion. Heather Neill hosts. Recorded live.

Theatrevoice Forum: Children’s Theatre (1/3)

DEBATE: CHILDREN’S THEATRE (1/3) A discussion with John Retallack, David Wood and Annie Wood. Heather Neill hosts. Recorded live.

Review of Mary Poppins

MARY POPPINS David Benedict, Jane Edwardes and Mark Shenton love every minute of the long-awaited Poppins premiere, the final big musical opening of the season. Matt Wolf hosts.

Australian playwright Stephen Sewell interview

12 November 2004

in Playwrights, Transcripts

INTERVIEW: STEPHEN SEWELL The Australian playwright talks to Philip Fisher about his acclaimed war-on-terror thriller, Myth, Progaganda and Disaster in Nazi Germany… and Contemporary America.

Debate: State of Black Theatre (2/2)

DEBATE: THE STATE OF BLACK THEATRE (2/2) Kwame Kwei-Armah, Steven Luckie and Paulette Randall continue to ponder the boom in black work. Andrea Enisuoh hosts. Recorded live.

Debate: State of Black Theatre (1/2)

DEBATE: THE STATE OF BLACK THEATRE (1/2) Is there a renaissance? Andrea Enisuoh consults Kwame Kwei-Armah, Steven Luckie and Paulette Randall. Recorded live.

Masterclass: Can Acting Be Taught? (1/3)

MASTERCLASS: CAN ACTING BE TAUGHT? (1/3) In conjunction with the Theatre Royal Haymarket Masterclass series, Geoffrey Colman, Patricia Hodge and Steve Larcher tackle the big question. David Benedict hosts. Recorded live.

The Theatrevoice Debate: New Writing (2/3)

DEBATE: NEW WRITING (2/3) Richard Bean, Mark Ravenhill and Simon Stephens consider the impact, or otherwise, of Blair and 9/11. Aleks Sierz hosts. Recorded live.

The Theatrevoice Debate: New Writing (1/3)

DEBATE: NEW WRITING (1/2) Playwrights Richard Bean, Mark Ravenhill and Simon Stephens take the measure of the new writing scene. Aleks Sierz hosts. Recorded live.

The Theatrevoice Debate: New Writing (3/3)

DEBATE: NEW WRITING (3/3) Q&A: Richard Bean, Simon Stephens and Mark Ravenhill answer questions, including: whatever happened to in-yer-face theatre…? Aleks Sierz hosts. Recorded live.

Interview with star actor Mark Rylance (2)

INTERVIEW: MARK RYLANCE (2/2) Heather Neill continues her conversation with the artistic director of Shakespeare’s Globe, looking at original pronunciation productions.

Interview with star actor Mark Rylance (1)

INTERVIEW: MARK RYLANCE (1/2) Prior to the 2004 season at Shakespeare’s Globe, ‘Star-Crossed Lovers’, Heather Neill talks to its tireless artistic director.

Interview with Out of Joint’s Max Stafford-Clark

INTERVIEW: MAX STAFFORD-CLARK The artistic director of Out of Joint talks to David Benedict about The Permanent Way by David Hare and the genre of documentary theatre.

Maverick Steven Berkoff on his Messiah

INTERVIEW: STEVEN BERKOFF The maverick playwright talks to Rachel Halliburton about his controversial Messiah, the critics he reviles and what he’d do if he ran the National Theatre.

Director Nicolas Kent dissects the Hutton Inquiry

30 October 2003

in Directors, Transcripts, Verbatim Drama

INTERVIEW: NICOLAS KENT The artistic director of the Tricycle Theatre talks to Rachel Hallibuton about Justifying War, a staging of the Hutton Inquiry transcripts.

Red Room debate on political theatre

DEBATE: POLITICAL THEATRE Lisa Goldman, artistic director of the Red Room, joins Aleks Sierz and Carole Woddis to talk politics. Dominic Cavendish hosts.

Review of Democracy

DEMOCRACY Jane Edwardes and John Nathan applaud Michael Frayn’s complex account of high-level politics and espionage in 1960s West Germany. David Benedict hosts.

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