How the many facets of one theatre artist—adaptor, actor, artistic director—have forged a major playwriting voice.
A good mime, asserted the late Marcel Marceau, trains to be an athlete of the heart.
An interview with Melissa James Gibson about her play ‘This.’
Free the voice and release the body, Patsy Rodenburg says, so you can express yourself fully with truth and authenticity.
In an interview, voice-work innovator Catherine Fitzmaurice prescribes a holistic regimen of freedom, release, and transcendence.
In an interview, Cicely Berry reveals how working on the sound and rhythm in Shakespeare can lead actors to the language within themselves.
Words and images clash in the notorious dramatic installations of the Belgian director and his frequent collaborator, lighting and stage designer Jan Versweyveld.
The French designer Jean-Guy Lecat ponders the living intricacies of space, design and performance.
In the designer-centered laboratory of director Dmitry Krymov, young Russian students are taken on as active collaborators.
With so many academic programs cranking out new designers, what exactly are we training them for—and how?