In co-adapting Laurinda, writer Diana Nguyen has layered multiple stories in Alice Pung's novel to expand it for a new generation. She talks to us about how this evolved during the writing process and the joy of sharing a Vietnamese story on stage.
Petra Kalive and Diana Nguyen reflect on the impact of Alice Pung’s novel and why it’s imperative to continue the powerful, complex conversations the story demands about culture, class and race – this time on stage and with a twist.
Playwright, director and sometimes-performer David Williams discusses the process of creating verbatim theatre piece Only Players.
Playwright Dan Giovannoni discusses the origins and evolution of his gripping new work.
A family holiday inspired playwright Joanna Murray-Smith to rediscover her Jewish heritage and write her latest play, Berlin.