Jenny Schwartz’s new play is a surrealistic reunion between two mothers.
Under the Radar’s co-curator has more questions than answers.
From California to India, the women of this ensemble live all around the world, but are connected by a common love of Indian dance.
Small companies are hitting the road—and playing by their own rules.
The New York theatre has kept its focus on making new plays, in good times and bad.
A new production at African American Shakespeare Company has a Chitlin’ Circuit flavor.
How the American company used Bulgarian performance techniques to better understand Chekhov.
Climate change is real, and the results will be catastrophic. Scientists are collaborating with theatre artists such as the Civilians and Cynthia Hopkins to spread the word.
From China to Scotland to Austria, a bevy of festivals worldwide are coming up that features some familiar American names such as David Henry Hwang.
Anne Bogart, Bill T. Jones, and Basil Twist pay tribute to Stravinsky’s boundary-breaking work with experimental, multidisciplinary productions of their own.