|Practice Makes… The Multi-Hyphenate Career
||Helen and Madeleine are joined by Frey Kwa Hawking, dramaturg and critic, and Hannah Greenstreet, playwright, critic, and academic, to talk about their varied career roles, how they interact, and why theatre matters to us.
||Hannah Greenstreet, Frey Kwa Hawking, Helen Dallas, Madeleine Saidenberg
||9 February, 2023
|Practice Makes… Eighteenth-Century Theatre Today
||David Taylor, specialist in eighteenth-century theatre, and Colin Blumenau, former Chief Executive and Artistic Director of the Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds, talk about performing eighteenth-century drama on the modern stage.
||David Taylor, Colin Blumenau, Helen Dallas, Madeleine Saidenberg
||14 November, 2022
|Practice Makes… Documentary Theatre
||Alecky Blythe, creator of verbatim company Recorded Delivery and writer of Our Generation, and Molly Flynn, who specialises in contemporary Ukrainian and Russian documentary theatre, talk about documentary theatre in the UK and Ukraine.
||Alecky Blythe, Molly Flynn, Helen Dallas, Madeleine Saidenberg
||31 October, 2022
|Practice Makes… Disabled-Led Theatre
||Jess Thom of Touretteshero and Hannah Simpson, author of Samuel Beckett and Disability Performance, discuss relaxed performance, accessibility, and the Touretteshero production of Beckett’s Not I.
||Jess Thom, Hannah Simpson, Helen Dallas, Madeleine Saidenberg
||20 October, 2022