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Genista McIntosh sits to the left of Adrian Mole, they both sit on black leather chairs with a metal frame, between them is a wooden table with two glasses of water and a red notebook. McIntosh leans on the arms of the chair wearing a white blouse, black blazer and blue trousers. Mole listens to her wearing a black suit with a pink shirt, he clasps his hands together. Behind them is a long black curtain.

'Directing with Shakespeare': Lecture given by Adrian Noble with Genista McIntosh

Directors Guild
Lecture

'Directing with Shakespeare': Lecture given by Adrian Noble with Genista McIntosh

Directors Guild
Lecture
In the fifth annual Directors Guild Peter Brook Lecture, theatre executive, arts consultant and politician Genista McIntosh talks to director Adrian Noble about his work, from his first production of Titus Andronicus to his tenure as Artistic Director of the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Simon Stephens (left) and Willy Russell (right) are in conversation via a zoom call.

Master Cast Episode One - Making Ideas Real: Simon Stephens with Willy Russell

Digital Theatre
Interview

Master Cast Episode One - Making Ideas Real: Simon Stephens with Willy Russell

Digital Theatre
Interview
Simon Stephens talks to celebrated playwright, lyricist and composer Willy Russell (Blood Brothers, Educating Rita and Our Day Out) about how to access an idea and bring it to life.
Miranda Cromwell (top left), Marianne Elliott (top right) and Simon Stephens (Bottom) are in conversation via a zoom call.

Master Cast Episode Three - Reading Between the Lines: Simon Stephens with Miranda Cromwell and Marianne Elliott

Digital Theatre
Interview

Master Cast Episode Three - Reading Between the Lines: Simon Stephens with Miranda Cromwell and Marianne Elliott

Digital Theatre
Interview
Simon Stephens talks to directors Marianne Elliott (War Horse, Death of a Salesman and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time) and Miranda Cromwell (Rockets and Blue Lights) about the role of a director.
Paule Constable (top left), Bunny Christie (top right), Ian Dickinson (bottom left) and Simon Stephens (Bottom right) are in conversation via a zoom call.

Master Cast Episode Four - Creating the World: Simon Stephens with Bunny Christie, Paule Constable, and Ian Dickinson

Digital Theatre
Interview

Master Cast Episode Four - Creating the World: Simon Stephens with Bunny Christie, Paule Constable, and Ian Dickinson

Digital Theatre
Interview
Simon Stephens talks to lighting designer Paule Constable (War Horse and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time), production designer Bunny Christie (Curious Incident and Company) and sound designer Ian Dickinson (Curious Incident, Jerusalem and To Kill a Mockingbird) about producing critically-acclaimed theatre designs.
Simon Stephens (left) and Juliet Stevenson (right) are in conversation via a zoom call.

Master Cast Episode Five - Working with Words: Simon Stephens with Juliet Stevenson

Digital Theatre
Interview

Master Cast Episode Five - Working with Words: Simon Stephens with Juliet Stevenson

Digital Theatre
Interview
Simon Stephens talks to Olivier award-winning actress Juliet Stevenson CBE (Happy Days, The Doctor and Truly, Madly, Deeply) about her approach to character development and feeding the imagination.
Simon Stephens (left) and Andrew Scott (right) are in conversation via a zoom call.

Master Cast Episode Six - Working with Words: Simon Stephens with Andrew Scott

Digital Theatre
Interview

Master Cast Episode Six - Working with Words: Simon Stephens with Andrew Scott

Digital Theatre
Interview
Simon Stephens talks to BAFTA Award-winning actor Andrew Scott (Fleabag, Sherlock, Present Laughter, Sea Wall and Hamlet) about his approach to acting and the importance of storytelling.
This is a mid-shot of Michael Dobson and Peter Holbrook. Dobson sits on the left in a blue shirt with a blue patterned tie, white trousers and a pair of glasses. On his right is Holbrook who wears a white shirt, navy blazer, beige trousers and dark rimmed glasses, he gesticulates with both hands. Behind them is a wooden fireplace with acorns in.

Michael Dobson in Conversation with Peter Holbrook

Digital Theatre
Interview

Michael Dobson in Conversation with Peter Holbrook

Digital Theatre
Interview
Director of The Shakespeare Institute Michael Dobson and outgoing President of The International Shakespeare Association Peter Holbrook discuss Shakespeare as a global phenomenon during the RSC and University of Birmingham's Radical Mischief Conference in 2018.
Richard Armitage sits in front of a soundproof wall smiling.

Character Lock In featuring Richard Armitage

Digital Theatre
Interview

Character Lock In featuring Richard Armitage

Digital Theatre
Interview
Join Richard Armitage as he spends time with Ebenezer Scrooge, discussing the importance of objectivity and connections with characters.
Alison Steadman sits on a sofa smiling.

Character Lock In featuring Alison Steadman

Digital Theatre
Interview

Character Lock In featuring Alison Steadman

Digital Theatre
Interview
Join Alison Steadman as she questions Lady Macbeth’s hunger for power and reveals how she unpicks the script to help her understand the play.
Noma Dumezweni sits on a sofa smiling with cushions and a mirror behind her.

Character Lock In featuring Noma Dumezweni

Digital Theatre
Interview

Character Lock In featuring Noma Dumezweni

Digital Theatre
Interview
Join Noma Dumezweni as she explores Cleopatra’s strong personality, warrior determination and the modern day women she is similar to.
Here are 4 separate images of the writers. Starting in the top left we have Lee Hall, to the right of him Diane Samuels, beneath her Bryony Lavery and to her left Alecky Blythe.

Writers - Practice and Process

Digital Theatre
Interview

Writers - Practice and Process

Digital Theatre
Interview
Lee Hall defines the power of transformation and imagination, Diane Samuels talks about the nature of nurturing your craft, Alecky Blythe describes the process of trusting your instincts and Bryony Lavery focuses on getting to the 'spine of a scene'.
Mid-shot of Patsy Ferran with her hands together. She looks directly at the camera wearing a polka dot blouse. Behind her is a chair, book shelf, storage cabinet. In front of her is her desk with paper and pens on top.

Character Lock In featuring Patsy Ferran

Digital Theatre
Interview

Character Lock In featuring Patsy Ferran

Digital Theatre
Interview
Join Patsy Ferran as she brings the inimitable Martha from Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? to life.