What a piece of work is ‘Hamlet,’ as sampled in London, New York, and Colorado.
Interaction, immersion, identification, and exploration at this year’s Under the Radar, Coil, American Realness, et al.
A performance piece used bits of copyrighted plays to critique the portrayal of women in contemporary theatre. Was it fair use or out of bounds?
Performance installations, dance performances, an “algorithmic concert”—January festivals presented works that defied categorization.
British and American artists working at the outer boundaries of gender, race, and live art will gather for a weekend of performances, talks, and an intergenerational, intersectional feminist check-in.
Andrew Schneider’s synesthetic masterwork ‘YOUARENOWHERE’ kicks off another summer of barrier-breaking performance at the Berkshires fest.
Two groups united in the fight for gender parity in the theatre joined forces for a reading series, and they’ve only just begun.
This year, dozens of shows in a few weeks pushed boundaries and pointed in invigorating new directions for performance and performers.
At this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe, American artists leapt the fourth wall to hug, prod and party down with audiences.
While reporting a piece on Americans at the Fringe, our reporter found many shows to admire.