A timely pause
We don't need to fill the theatre void with recordings – we need to take time to grieve, says Liam Rees.
Marina Johnson finds out about life as a theatre technician.
Shanaé Chisholm reflects on Winsome Pinnock's workshop about writing trauma.
Back to reality
Real stories have made these workshops mean so much more, says Megan Stephens.
We're all digging
Selwin Hulme-Teague, writer of NSDF-selected show Potatoes, reflects on the creation of his show.
Does British theatre need a European model to save it? Anne Mulleners shares her experiences.
Technician Impossible 2020 #2
A bumper edition of Technician Impossible for isolated technicians, by Marina Johnson
Learning (at) Curve
Jess Haygarth and Angela O'Callaghan reflect on the development of their twice NSDF-selected show BARRY
Hold for applause
There are no awards at this year's NSDF, and there shouldn't be at any other, says Jack Ellis
Saved in drafts
Following his workshop, Louisa Doyle interviews playwright Sam Steiner on drafting
Click click click, and coast
Day 5 and workshop fatigue has truly set in, says Issy Flower
Performer Molly Parker writes about the origins of Jigsaw, one of the selected shows for this year's NSDF
Entertaining, Mr Sloane
With no live theatre to review, Lydia Kendall-McDougall writes a letter to Joe Orton
A zoom of one's own
'Brilliant and captivating', Lydia Kendall-McDougall reviews April de Angelis' virtual playwriting workshop
The virtual festival is a game changer for accessibility, says Sam Osborne
Joseph Winer on an emotional experience watching One Man Two Guvnors
Together in the dark
Hetty Hodgson shares a playlist, and memories of her NSDF-selected show Beats
Let's get creative!...or not. Issy Flower gives you advice on protecting your muse.
Livestream is not the dream
Virtual theatre is not real theatre, argues Alexander Cohen