All items: Roy Williams

At sixteen, they took me to the National where I fell in love with Rosencrantz, totally unaware that also on stage were both my future husbands.
When 'austerity theatre' must cut the cloth to fit tight financial constraints, the result is smaller casts, simpler sets and design. Even worse, says Shaun McCarthy, the playwright is eclipsed: instead of author-driven productions, theatre is awash with devised, collaborative works. These developments, he argues, should concern us.