Contemporary Performance Practice... Charlotte Vincent interviewed by Anna Furse

Charlotte Vincent is widely considered to be one of the most important female artists in the UK today. In this stimulating exchange with Professor Anna Furse, she reflects upon the experience of founding her own company, Vincent Dance Theatre, and considers how collaborating with others can reveal crucial issues in today’s society.
Anna Furse and Charlotte Vincent in Conversation (2017)
Digital Theatre
(2017)
Interview

An Interview with Scott Graham

Artistic Director of Frantic Assembly Scott Graham discusses the collaborative process of working with writer Andrew Bovell on Things I Know To Be True, and how he came to incorporate a physical language into the production.
Digital Theatre
(2016)
Interview

Theatre Lives: Imelda Staunton

“The writer is the thing. Sometimes I feel that I haven’t really earned the accolades – I didn’t write it, I’m only saying it out loud really. But when those big parts come along you do have a huge responsibility, and I will rise to that because I am my worst critic... So it's exhausting doing theatre, but wonderful.”
Imelda Staunton
Theatre Lives
(2016)
Interview

Contemporary Performance Practice... Blast Theory: Matt Adams interviewed by Andy Lavender

Matt Adams is a co-founder of Blast Theory with Ju Row Farr and Nick Tandavanitj. This interview by Professor Andy Lavender, author of Performance in the Twenty-First Century, is a fascinating discussion of the company’s inception; its unique experiments with interactive media, theatre and location-based games; and its working processes and creative practices.
Digital Theatre
(2016)
Interview

Contemporary Performance Practice... Forced Entertainment: Tim Etchells interviewed by Matt Trueman

Tim Etchells, founding collaborator of Forced Entertainment, talks to theatre critic and journalist Matt Trueman about a 30-year process of trying to reinvent the theatrical experience in a way that can get past an audience’s defences, implicate them, involve them and allow them to form their own imaginative connections, beyond the ‘tyrannous architecture of narrative’.
Contemporary Performance Practice: Forced Entertainment - Tim Etchells interviewed by Matt Trueman
Digital Theatre
(2016)
Interview

Practitioners on Practice... Eclipse Theatre Company: An interview with Dawn Walton

Dawn Walton is the Founder and Artistic Director of Black-led theatre company, Eclipse. Renowned for their delivery of diverse programming to regional theatres, Eclipse strives to disrupt and enrich the contemporary theatrical landscape.
Practitioners on Practice... Eclipse Theatre Company: An interview with Dawn Walton
Digital Theatre
(2016)
Interview

Practitioners on Practice... Gecko Theatre Company: An interview with Amit Lahav

Founded in 2001, Gecko is an artist-lead organisation, producing work which, whilst epic, speaks to audiences' personal experiences. Gecko strives to ensure that its collaborative process empowers cast, creative and technical team members alike, in contributing to a work's development.
Practitioners on Practice... Gecko Theatre Company: An interview with Amit Lahav
Digital Theatre
(2016)
Interview

Practitioners on Practice... Graeae Theatre Company: An interview with Jenny Sealey

Jenny Sealey has lead Graeae Theatre Company for 19 years as its Artistic Director. Renowned for pioneering work with emerging and established deaf and disabled theatre makers, Graeae has been instrumental in improving accessibility across the industry.
Practitioners on Practice... Graeae Theatre Company: An interview with Jenny Sealey
Digital Theatre
(2016)
Interview

Practitioners on Practice... Shared Experience: An interview with Nancy Meckler

Nancy Meckler was Shared Experience's second ever Artistic Director, after Mike Alfreds, and was instrumental in crystallising a distinctive performance style that celebrates the union of physical and text-based theatre.
Practitioners on Practice... Shared Experience: An interview with Nancy Meckler
Digital Theatre
(2016)
Interview

An Introduction to Physical Theatre with Scott Graham

Co-founder and Artistic Director of Frantic Assembly Scott Graham describes the typical elements and intentions that make up a Frantic Assembly warm-up, considering why movement is invaluable in playing subtext and drawing an audience into a piece.
Digital Theatre
(2016)
Interview

In the Rehearsal Room: LIFT

This short film explores the development of Craig Adams and Ian Watson's new musical LIFT, as it happened.

From the first morning meet and greet to devising movement sequences, join the cast and creative team in the rehearsal room.

Created by Perfect Pitch. Filmed and edited by Wayne Eagles.

Digital Theatre
(2015)
Interview

Complicité’s ‘A Disappearing Number’: Annabel Arden and Catherine Alexander in Conversation

Complicité Co-Founder Annabel Arden talks to Associate Director Catherine Alexander about the history of the company and its classic production of A Disappearing Number.
Digital Theatre
(2017)
Interview