This grungy, rebellious staging reminds us of the possibilities of gender-blind casting
Game of Thrones' Harry Lloyd 'utterly charismatic' as Dostoyevsky's troubled anti-hero
Scott Thomas thrills critics as Sophocles's tragic heroine in 'kill-for-a-ticket triumph' at Old Vic
The audience 'laughed openly' and the critics say Lindsay Lohan was like a 'not specially gifted schoolgirl'
Lenny Henry stars in 'funny, humane, reggae-saturated' show about family, race and social mobility
Omielan's 'joyous, raucous' confessional comedy about modern womanhood is a tonic
Maxine Peake gives a star turn as the troubled prince in Manchester's 'fabulous, feminised' new Hamlet
Cillian Murphy and Stephen Rea superb in Enda Walsh's sublime, slapstick study of humanity
Searing revival of Shepard's modern classic about sibling rivalry 'grabs by the jugular'
Ambitious dramatisation of award-winning World War One novel is 'quietly compelling'
New staging of Shakespeare's comedy of mistaken identity is 'a slapstick joyride' with emotional depth
Richard Marsh mixes poetry and comedy in a bittersweet two-hander about fatherhood
Chris MacDonald's 'explosive' debut about gay asylum seekers balances hilarity with tragedy
Compelling drama and gallows humour mix well in tale of bread factory workers
Felicity Kendal is 'superb' in Noel Coward's near-perfect comedy of Bohemian bad manners
Chichester 'hit factory' wows critics again with exhilarating staging of golden-age musical
'Charming' musical about lost souls visiting US tourist sites makes an enjoyable trip
Story-teller Chris Goode explores the dark side of modern masculinity in his 'mesmerising' show
Critics tip Acaster's 'superbly controlled' new show for the Edinburgh Comedy Award
One-man play about child with depressed mother steers clear of mawkishness and delights critics