A 19th-century play about an 18th-century revolution may be baffling. But it’s worth it

Arthur Miller’s All My Sons has renewed resonance. The Apollo’s production is unrivalled

Sexual and political intrigue have always been part and parcel of the ruling elite’s life

Five plays that have stood the test of time get a new airing on the London stage

Jerusalem, a play rich in historical resonance, is dominated by an extraordinary individual performance

Once in a while, you see something on stage that takes your breath away

Alan Bennett’s play about Auden and Britten works. Timberlake Wertenbaker’s about Degas doesn’t

Simon McBurney and Complicité have created a memorable production of Beckett’s Endgame

The sheer scale of the economic meltdown may be too complex to explain on stage — yet

Seventy years after the start of the Second World War, two pre-war plays still resonate