Poofs and a Piano - Ten Questions
Abbot - man of many parts
Adly Guirgis - An Important New American Playwright
Agar - Stage, TV and Film Actress, Producer, Director and Poet
(Camberley Theatre) cast - It's like a little family
Alden - Broadway, West End and film producer
Armin - "There are never enough theatres"
Productions - Tom Mackenzie and Michaela Ford
Babani - "the stuff of fairytales coming true"
Russell Beale - write a play for me, please
Bean - A hot new playwright
Bernays - programming for quality
Berrington - Star of Abigail's Party
Bieito - I'm not a monster!
Blair - still dancing at 70
Blank and Erik Jensen - Theatre That Can Save Lives
Bourne - the Hitchcock of dance
Boxer - A Theatre Beast
Braben, writer of many Morcambe and Wise shows
Bradwell, artistic director of the Bush Theatre
Brown - Writing Living Pretty
Buckfield - flying without skates
Burkett - still not understanding the world
Burns - queen of all she surveys
Burt - The New Chekhov?
Calvitto - A Man of Fierce Intelligence
Chisholm - Working with Wilson
Cutting - Acute Angles
Dee - From fluffy musicals to Chekhov's Three Sisters
Dee - "the most exciting thing is not being me"
Dickinson - directing The Flooded Grave for the Bush at Latitude
Dowie - Stand-up Theatre
Dudley - Possibly Britain's Top Theatre Designer
Duttine - a quietly spoken, gentle personality
Eclair - making her panto debut
Edgar - "unfinished business"
Ekland - "Christmas wouldn't be the same without panto"
Ellis - creator of the multimedia musical Pirate Jenny
Emmerson - "Theatre makes me profoundly happy and content"
Evans - Loving Arthur Scargill!
Richard Eyre - an astonishingly productive six months
Fugard - The play "I'm proudest of having written"
Feldshuh - Tony Best Actress Nominee
Fergusson - Marina, Hylda and Much, Much More
Flannery - Returning to the Stage
Fredericks - a young and dynamic new voice in Londons theatrical
Friedman - American writer, composer and vocal arranger for Disney
Friedman - "You can't do everything"
Garcia - an international theatre professional
Gates - from Pop Idol to music theatre and panto
Goodman - on Jewishness, Shylock and Tevye
Gray - Leading Trestle in a new direction
Greig - One of the Most Prolific and Best Playwrights in Britain Today
Grieve - What is contemporary Britain?
Grindley - Director of Abigail's Party
Grindley - a "darling of Broadway"
Gurira and Nikkole Salter - In the Continuum
Haig - an archetypal English actor
Harris - Ageless, amazingly versatile and with a tremendous zest for
Harrower - one of Scotland's most successful young playwrights
Hebden - Rescuing Derby
Hendy - I get up every morning excited
Heskins - woman to watch in a theatre to watch
Hicks - Tamburlaine or Roy Keane?
Higgins - one of the busiest stage actors currently working
Higgins - from Star Wars to Battersea
Holloway - Events Manager of the National Theatre
Holcroft - Dancing Bears at the Soho and Latitude
Holmes - Filter and the Lyric at Latitude
Revel Horwood - the nicest Wicked Queen of them all...
Horwood - It's About Time at Latitude 2010
Horwood - Jekyll and Hyde at Latitude 2011
Houghton - a man with a mission
Howard - Scotland's Ian Rickson
Hughes and Shôn Dale-Jones - Floating to Fame
Hytner - Theatre's Tony Blair?
Ian - Actor turned producer
Im - Koren director
Jackson - "I like doing contentious plays"
Johnston - Immersing the audience
Jones - Off Stage: An exhibition, a book and a DVD
Jones - "The day that changed my life"
Joseph - The Pussycat of Islington
Keane - Not just Fascinating Aida!
Keith - a gardener who acts
Kensit - "If I don't get boos and hisses, I haven't done my job"
Kleinhans - artistic director of the 59E59 Theatre, New York
Klimavicius - owner of Sardi's Restaurant, New York
Koltai - Designer for the Stage
Kotis - Political "to the extent that hand-wringing is political"
Lahav - Gecko and The Arab and the Jew
Lang - an actress who loves touring
Lee - The Panto Man
Lenkiewicz - At the Crossroads
C Leonard - A Proud Man
Lepage - Taking on 1984
Lipman - as ubiquitous as Domestos
Lopez and Jeff Marx - creators of Avenue Q
Lopez - Everybody's Mom
Lott - "the best dead body in the show"
Teatro Brazil - An 'Ethical-Aesthetic' Approach to Performance
McAnuff - imagination and variety
McCoy - an accidental actor
McGann - a man who loves a challenge
McKenzie - from the Bill to Taakin' Heeds
Madeley - Two Boys (and a Girl) for the Price of One
Main - A New Chapter
Mansfield - Infectious Enthusiasm
Markou - Keyword: Enthusiasm
Masterson - Mr Edinburgh
Meakin, Gary Johnson, Peter Ireson - a Derby programme in a class
of its own
Menzel - rock chick, film star, musical diva or classical actress?
Miles - Pop star turned music theatre writer
Monro - Having the time of her life
Morahan - Playing in a modern history play
Morrison - a man with a number of gaffers
Muller - Letting the audience call the shots at Latitude 2010
Murphy's belated Fringe debut
and Nadira Murray - the British Ambassador and his belly dancer
Nicholson - author of Shadowlands
T'ae-Sok - Korean director, teacher and playwright
Ovenden - a Brit on Broadway
O'Neill - funny man to serial killer
Parfitt, Oscar-winning producer of Shakespeare in Love, in
Parsons - Waiting for more from Encore
Pasquale - walking about with a dead cow
Pearson - drive, conscientiousness and a "sort of pride"
in his work
Peleg-Rothstein - Israeli actress and playwright
Penton - From Derby to Bombay
Petterle and Christopher Heimann - Hardly a conventional British theatrical
Permutt - playwright and occasional actor
Piper - Designing for plays and actors, not himself
Planer - In Planer Words
Pollard - writer and dame
Pugh - "Isn't that what the West End's supposed to be about?
Quast - Making French Connections
Rahlfs, 5* Edinburgh National Student Theatre Company performer
Reichlin - Shalom Aleichem tours the world
Richards - the measure of the man
Ronen - Israeli director making his UK debut
Rourke - a shining light in Shepherd's Bush
Rutter - "I didn't want to play in velvet theatres"
Sapp - an up-and-coming American musical theatre actor
Savery, General Manager of the Tamasha Theatre Company
- the cast of Mother Goose at The Stage Theatre, Sevenoaks
Sewell - award-winning Australian playwright
Shah - star of Untouchable (not to mention Bend It Like
Patrick Shanley - Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright
Shaplin - writer and director of The Riot Group
Sharrock - If the profession wants me to stay I'd love to
Shaw - Director of the RSC's Complete Works Festival
Shepherd - "A common misperception of me is..."
Simkins - who captures life for those who aren't above the title
Sinden - A Business Called Show
Sirr - a commitment to new writing
Soans and verbatim theatre
Spencer - Local Hero
Spooner and Liz Margree of Unlimited Theatre Company
Stallworthy - taking on the Gala
Stanton - "A formidable talent and a name to watch"
Starke - on tour with Cole
Stewart - La MaMa's Mama
Stewart - Taking the Haymarket to new heights
Stokes, general manager of the Sunderland Empire - "We are local!"
Tait - a sensitive Australian
Talbot - going out with a bang
- The Return of Frank Zappa
Thorp - Leaving Casualty for the wider world
Timothy - "I want to be famous for doing something well"
Toksvig - "I'm so lucky"
Baby - a willingness to risk and to work
Guys and Two Dolls - Claire Sweeney, Joe McGann, Ben Richards and
Ustinov - "Returning Home"
Vardimon - dance or theatre?
Wackerman - a throwback to a better era?
Wade - the hottest young playwright around?
Watson - "I have the best job in the world"
Weinberger - Ideal Fare for the Edinburgh Fringe
Weis - Revealing Shakespeare
Whitlock, artistic director of Dreamarts - A very happy, if rather
Wild Bunch - John Clancy, Nancy Walsh and Paul Urcioli of Americana
Williams: "From boos to boobs"
Williams - Days of Significance
Wragg - an engaging and intelligent actress
Yang - Dream from the East