A week at Moscow’s Golden Mask Festival shows that theatre is popular in Russia—but with popularity comes scrutiny.
In today’s 140-character culture, dialogue and a recognition of nuance are more important than ever.
A new musical tells the tale of Albert Cashier, a Union soldier who was born a woman but fought—and lived—as a man.
Playwriting as a lifeline in prison, changes in Chinese theatre, and the crisis of criticism.
Each path has its pros and cons, its complications and its trade-offs, as these case studies show.
A Tunisian/Canadian coproduction urgently stages the mass-migration crisis afflicting the Middle East and North Africa.
A multimedia performance from Lynn Nottage and LAByrinth reimagines the past and future of the city that inspired ‘Sweat.’
The actor reunites with her friend on ‘Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow,’ a modern take on ‘Three Sisters’ at Williamstown.
Under Jackie Alexander’s leadership, North Carolina Black Rep’s biennial gathering aims to connect playwrights and producers.
A study from Helicon Collaborative shows that 58 percent of arts funding goes to 2 percent of big-budget arts organizations—and it’s a trend that’s worsened.