22 April 2016
Many years before the RSC was established and Shakespeare's Globe was rebuilt, the Royal Opera House was an important hub for the Bard's work in London.
6 July 2015
Verdi may have been well into his seventies by the time he wrote his two final operas, but he saved possibly his finest works until last.
6 January 2015
Former Artistic Director of the RSC Michael Boyd on making his operatic debut and why Monteverdi’s music is like listening to Shakespeare.
27 June 2014
Composers from Purcell to Turnage bring the audience onstage by writing them into the music.
10 April 2014
Directors of The Winter's Tale have tried the literal and conceptual, including real bears.
9 April 2014
Discover the full story of Christopher Wheeldon's new ballet, based on Shakespeare's play.
31 March 2014
A quick guide to Christopher Wheeldon's captivating Shakespeare adaptation.
27 March 2014
The composer on his score for Christopher Wheeldon's new ballet and how you depict drastically different settings in one cohesive score.
17 January 2014
In preparation for the magical moonlit act of Giselle, we take a look at history of moonlight on stage.
8 October 2013
How the story of Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers has the power to live on in other forms.