A unique New Orleans residency puts artists close to both the power and the danger of nature.
How ‘The Jungle’ grew around a refugee camp in Calais, inspiring a theatre company with global ambitions.
When working on a show with sensitive topics, such as an adaptation of ‘Dracula’ with violence and blood, a diversity advocate can help you work through the uncomfortable conversations.
Facing censorship and worse in post-revolution Cairo, theatremakers resist and persist.
In Senegal and Cote d’Ivoire, theatre persists despite declining government support and lingering questions about who it’s for.
Stage works based on real material range so widely that about all they have in common is their makers’ aversion to labels.
Some of documentary theatre’s leaders discuss the art of the interview—and the deeply personal play-making that comes after.
How a Gershwin classic went from the concert hall to the cinema, and from Paris’s Théâtre du Châtelet to Broadway.
The Ohio-based ensemble gears up for a new work about friendship, the power of which they know all too well.
Diane Glancy’s new play explores Native issues.