29 October 2014
The arts have a long tradition of depicting gods but in an age of increased scepticism, depictions of higher powers are more interesting than ever.
9 October 2014
We speak to one of the creators of new ballet Cassandra, and to a consultant psychiatrist, about understanding and representing psychosis on stage.
29 September 2014
Glass’s music – love it or hate it – has had a profound effect on wider pop culture.
5 September 2014
Our quick guide to Rossini's comic masterpiece, The Barber of Seville.
1 September 2014
How ancient mythological stories continue to inspire choreographers and dancers.
28 August 2014
Former editor of Heat magazine Julian Linley on the media's reaction to Anna Nicole Smith and how social media has turned the cameras on us all.
21 August 2014
Anna Nicole is just the tip of an iceberg – operas have long come with a sharp edge.
30 July 2014
Sarah Crompton talks about the company’s distinctive style and the dancers she’s looking forward to watching in summer 2014.
25 July 2014
Schoenberg's Moses und Aron is just the tip of the iceberg, with the prophet referenced in pop songs, epic films and... Superman!?
23 July 2014
The Royal Ballet Artistic Associate has made more ballets on the American dancer than on any other ballerina.