Interviews

2017

Interview with Andrew Exeter 

Interview for the Live Screening of Julius Caesar

Interview in the Stratford-Upon-Avon Herald

What other Shakespeare roles would you like to do?

“It changes, but I always wanted to play Romeo. I always had an idea in my mind of how that should be played, but might be getting too old at 37! I almost want to get that out of my system before I’m 40. Prince Hal, and I never used to want to but I do kind of want to do my Hamlet now. I might have missed my chance, it was so brilliant here last year.”

Access the interview here

Julius Caesar and Years of Sunlight

Brilliant interview with Alex from Life in the Cheap seats.

Access the interview here.

2016

Visit to York St John University

These two blog posts outline the work Alex Waldmann and Pippa Nixon undertook with students at York St John University where they are Cultural fellows.

Alex Waldmann and Pippa Nixon. Theatre for All

Alex Waldmann and Pippa Nixon. Unpacking Shakespeare

All My Sons

Interview in Stage review.  Anne Cox interviews Alex.

Actor’s Corner, Alex Waldmann  Luke Rollason for Theatre Bubble

In the Night Time (Before the Sun Rises)

Alex talking on London Live about In the Night Time (Before the Sun Rises).

A hallucinatory look at the highs and lows of being a new parent Alex talks about his new production, In the Night Time, and being a parent himself.

2015

Alex taking part in the Kingston Shakespeare seminar.  Alex speaks around 52 minutes. You can access the interview here. (interview added 21st October 2015).

Alex ‘s interview on Share Radio talking about playing the Bastard in the Globe’s production of King John. Click here to hear the interview.

Treading the Boards with Alex Waldmann for A Younger Theatre (2015)

2014

Interview for Better Bankside (2014)

2013

Guest Blog for What’s On Stage – RSC star Alex Waldmann on why he set up his own production company. (2013)

If only I’d Known for Ideas Tap. (2013)

Home Boy for Exeunt Magazine (2013)

20 Questions with RSC rising star, Alex Waldmann (2013)

Alex Waldmann’s Pathways to Shakespeare (2013) – the interview has been removed from the RSC web site.

Boxing Clever – Alex talks about his roles in As You Like It and All’s Well That End’s Well. (2013)

Interview with Alex Waldmann and Pippa Nixon (2013)

Interview for Exeunt magazine by Dan Hutton (2013)

Law Breaker is now a good guy for the RSC interview in the Birmingham Post 2013

Profile: Alex Waldmann – from Cherwell to the RSC (2013)

Shakespeare takes centre stage with Alex Waldmann visit at York St John University (2013)

2008

Troilus and Cressida interview.

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