What is the nature of the interactions we experience in 'cyberspace' and 'real space'? Where does this experience reside in the individual?
Creative business consultant, Sinead Mac Manus, introduces her practical guide to Web 2.0 and social media for theatre companies, artists and the creative industries.
With fewer histrionics, and greater faith in the actors’ ability to make us care, Kitty and Damnation would be a much stronger piece of theatre.
With infectious energy, Markeline pay a unique tribute to the miners of the Basque Country bringing old stories back to life and adventure to the National Theatre's Square 2.
Matt Boothman puts two participatory audio-led performances to the test at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2009. Rotozaza's GuruGuru followed by David Leddy's Susurrus.
This is the first series of photos for the Theatre in Pictures project. Unetsu by Sankai Juku.
A series of photos by Adam Levy for Theatre in Pictures on the Edinburgh production of Strindberg's The Stronger.
This is an ambitious project that sets out to explore the power of humour as a weapon of torture, and very much succeeds.
Belt Up Theatre, Tickled Pig and Ontroerend Goed are busy blurring the actor/audience divide at this year's Edinburgh Fringe. What techniques to they use and how do they compare?
Matt Boothman lays down plans for some exciting and unusual coverage of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2009.