Articles by John Nathan
Too many new plays are safe and forgettable. Who’s to blame?
The Pulitzer-winning playwright's work—now showing at London's Tricycle Theatre—has always been politically controversial. But on stage, as in life, politics is only part of the story
Cinemas across the world are now showing live performances from the National Theatre. But will anyone turn up?
Nude hippies onstage in London may no longer raise eyebrows, but today’s directors and playwrights face a more challenging form of censorship
Trevor Nunn and Kevin Spacey discuss their latest collaboration and why critics don’t know what they’re talking about