Theatre

Leading Shakespeare into the digital forest

In the wake of a new virtual and digital interpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream by the RSC and Marshmallow Laser Feast, director Robin McNicholas discusses the challenges of recreating theatre magic in a game engine and the immersive future that awaits us all

The theatrics of Lucy Prebble

Following the release of her explosive phone-hack series I Hate Suzie, Lucy Prebble talks about her belief that every story benefits from a little drama, and how an ongoing infatuation with tech inspired her to write for video games

Can creative events ever be sustainable?

Events are one of the largest challenges for creatives who are aiming to be sustainable in their practice. Here, Megan Williams talks to industry leaders across art, fashion and music who are finding ways to respond to the climate emergency in events and production without compromising on creativity

Ita O'Brien

How I Work: Intimacy Coordinator Ita O’Brien

The intimacy coordinator has worked on TV shows including Sex Education, Normal People and I May Destroy You to help actors feel empowered in intimate scenes on screen. She talks about her work and why brands and advertisers need to take notice of it too

40 creative moments that changed culture

No major magazine birthday is complete without a list, so as part of Creative Review’s 40th celebrations, we’ve picked out 40 significant moments from across both high and low culture that we feel have shaped the work that is produced by our audience today

Is the future of theatre digital?

New technologies are increasingly used to enhance live performances – but can they ever replicate the real thing? Playwright Lolita Chakrabarti, Young Vic artistic director Kwame Kwei-Armah and actor Adrian Lester discuss the role of digital in a post-Covid world

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