May/June 2013 Table of Contents

THE INTERNATIONAL ISSUE: MOVING FORCES

The Scottish Connection
By Mark Cofta
“The Winter’s Tale” solidifies a bond between pennsylvania and Glasgow—and brings actors of all ages together

Rose Oil and Apples
By Nicole Estvanik Taylor
Despite radically different styles, Bulgarian theatremakers and Shakespeare & Company bond over their passion for Chekhov and the Bard

Sisters Under the Skin
By Nirmala Nataraj
The Post Natyam collective is prone to borrow, steal, translate and blog—across miles and cultures

Philip Arnoult: A Nose and 3 Moves
By Robert Avila
He’s the inimitable instigator of global conversations and journeys beyond the world’s capitals

Cynthia Cohen: First, Peace
By Simi Horwitz
Her strategies for defusing conflicts converge at the nexus of art and justice

Allen Nause: Inveterate Traveler
By Barry Johnson
The Oregon-based director takes his cue (and sometimes his wattage) from audiences around the globe

Meiyin Wang: The Next Big Thing
By Eliza Bent
Under the Radar’s co-curator has more questions than answers

GLOBAL SPOTLIGHT: A sampler of  international summer theatre festivals

DEPARTMENTS:

Editor’s Note

From the Executive Director
Travel More!

Letters to the Editor

News in Brief
Entrances & Exits
Awards & Prizes
In Memoriam

Front & Center
Roland Schimmelpfenning’s ‘The Golden Dragon’ Fuses Cultures
Uncle Tom’s Cabin Risks the ‘R’ Word
‘Somewhere Fun’ Flirts With the Fantastical
The Real Merry Wives of San Francisco County
For Melinda Lopez, ‘Becoming Cuba’ Is Personal
Almanac

Production Notebook
GALA Hispanic Theatre’s La casa de los espiritus (The House of the Spirits)

People
Clubbed Thumb’s Maria Striar, by Stuart Miller

Critic’s Notebook
Molly Grogan on Nature Theater of Oklahoma’s epic Life and Times

Strategies
Have show, will travel, by Eliza Bent

May/June Onstage

20 Questions
for Colman Domingo

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