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          • Wed 17 Feb 2010 17:31

            Rory Kinnear

            There are moments in an actor’s career that can change everything. The winning of a prestigious award. The playing of a high-profile role. Almost always those life-changing moments are played out in the public eye. Occasionally, though, they are much more private affairs, finds Matthew Amer.

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          • Mon 15 Feb 2010 15:33

            Exclusive: Roxana Silbert on the RSC's commitment to new writing

            Roxana Silbert, Associate Director at the Royal Shakespeare Company and director of David Greig’s play Dunsinane at the Hampstead theatre, explains the evolution and importance of the RSC’s commitment to new writing.

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          • Wed 10 Feb 2010 15:34

            Anthony Head

            His character in Six Degrees Of Separation may have shut the door in the face of change but actor Anthony Head is open to all manner of new ideas, finds Caroline Bishop, even those that involve a thong and a feather duster…

          • Mon 08 Feb 2010 16:10

            Backstage: Clare Whitfield

            Clare Whitfield worked on West End shows including Aspects Of Love and Grease before stage managing the premiere production of Mamma Mia! more than 10 years ago. She tells OLT about the nitty gritty of her job and the joy of recreating the ABBA musical all over the world.

          • Wed 03 Feb 2010 16:54

            Micky Dolenz

            Hairspray’s newest cast member Micky Dolenz has been a child star, actor, producer, writer and director. Oh, and he was in The Monkees too. He talks to Caroline Bishop about success in all its guises.

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          • Q+ASiobhan Dillon Siobhan Dillon and Noel Sullivan (Photo: Paul Coltas)Siobhan Dillon and Noel Sullivan (Photo: Paul Coltas)

            Mon 01 Feb 2010 12:52

            Introducing... Siobhan Dillon

            After playing cheerleader Patty in the musical Grease a couple of years ago, Siobhan Dillon finally gets to take on the lead role of Sandy, which, she tells Caroline Bishop, means navigating a quick change with a misbehaving pair of leather trousers.

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          • Wed 27 Jan 2010 17:01

            Harry Lloyd

            In recent years, Harry Lloyd has played a merry man, a Sicilian immigrant and a Norwegian painter. As he returns to the West End to play a Manhattan rent boy, he talks to Matthew Amer.

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          • Tue 26 Jan 2010 12:39

            Theatremakers: Filter

            When Lyric Hammersmith Artistic Director Sean Holmes describes Filter – the company that all too often is preceded by the laudatory title of ‘groundbreaking theatre company’ – as “a sort of onion”, he couldn’t have explained the company in more succinctly eloquent terms.

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          • Wed 20 Jan 2010 16:32

            Sam Barnett & John Stahl

            Colleagues on new play The Whiskey Taster, Sam Barnett and John Stahl talk to Matthew Amer about the lure of the Bush theatre, constantly learning and smelling words.

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          • Q+ACora Bissett and Matthew Pidgeon in Midsummer (Photo: Euan Myles)

            Tue 19 Jan 2010 11:10

            Introducing... Matthew Pidgeon

            Matthew Pidgeon, star of Edinburgh Festival hit romantic comedy Midsummer, talks to Charlotte Marshall about the show’s London transfer.

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