Dutch artists like Ivo van Hove and Wunderbaum only became mainstream forces after an audience revolt. Will the tide ever take a similar turn in the U.S.?
This year’s multifaceted arts fest offered a breathtaking global menu, but no dishes were more bracing than the latest moves in dance.
The troupe, which grew from modest origins into one of Canada’s essential theatres, takes Manhattan.
If you can gauge a nation’s health by its theatre, China looks vital, youthful—and ambivalent.
Most stage works don’t attract mass audiences or enjoy long runs—but there can be strength in the shadows.
Japan and Korea have embraced and nurtured Western-style musicals. Can China be far behind?
Theatre companies small and large seek new inspirations down disparate paths—and some audiences are following.
China’s vibrant seaport city has a surfeit of theatres; good thing there’s a new generation eager to fill them.
The online festival featured performances from around the world, but shone a particular light on puppetry’s local roots.
Intimate venues, short plays, small ticket prices, big risks—a Madrid movement spreads to other Spanish-speaking cities.