A new staging of Poland’s national epic was the centerpiece of a festival reflecting the West’s tense, shadowy new age.
Samantha Shay’s music-based piece finds a berth in the aesthetic home of Grotowski.
Gabrielle Reisman unearths up-to-the-minute issues—and some comic gold—in her time-hopping play about the Johnstown Flood.
The Southern-based arts and advocacy group gathered to celebrate the past and gird for more struggles.
The New Orleans-based studio founded by local Jeff Becker will house 3 theatre ensembles and focus on design-driven productions.
After years without the anchor of a home base, the leader of New Orleans’s preeminent theatre is steering the company to a snug new harbor.
Revisiting MFA graduates from the ’90s, insights into Twin Cities leadership transitions, plus an in-depth interview with composer/lyricist Lin-Manuel Miranda.
The farm-based Massachusetts company draws upon the life of lead actor Carlos Uriona for ‘Once a Blue Moon.’
The Chinese opera diva, who has revivified a classic form, rides a wave of adulation to Lincoln Center.
There’s no great mystery why they’re so popular, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a mystique, and plenty of mystery worth exploring, about puppets.