A good mime, asserted the late Marcel Marceau, trains to be an athlete of the heart.
Philip Himberg’s Sundance theatre lab is angling to become the American theatre’s premiere new-work development center. Is it working?
Free the voice and release the body, Patsy Rodenburg says, so you can express yourself fully with truth and authenticity.
Senior editor Randy Gener voices his thoughts on the contents of the Jan. 2010 issue’s Approaches to Theatre Training special section.
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.
The Lincoln Center bids adieu to a 19-year tradition.
Humana playwrights pose the question: What do you believe in?
As mentoring gains fresh currency, new programs inside and outside the academy are redefining its mission and roles.
Youthful voices attain greater prominence at this year’s Humana Festival.