For 2 new plays at the Huntington, the ‘Luck of the Irish’ playwright draws on her family dynamics and Boston roots, respectively.
From festivals to interdisciplinary collaboration, from Brazil to Swaziland, each of these locations offers something unique.
No file left behind: Project calls for theatres, theatre companies to archive and preserve their past documents for the future.
Features from all over the world, including Australia, Sri Lanka, and Canada.
Global theatre news for this month, from Chile to Norway.
This month’s festivals range from Paris to the Philippines, from Tokyo to London.
Theatrical offerings in Spain, Colombia, Zimbabwe, and England for Oct. 2013.
From genocide to robots, it’s a diverse month at theatre festivals around the world.
Christina Ham’s play at Workhaus Collective explores class and race issues in a haunting way.
Designers and seasoned photographers unite to produce, of all things, a new paper magazine.