A new revival at La MaMa of the playwright’s opaque verbatim play from 1980 gives a fresh window into her unique formal and thematic ambitions.
The tight-knit troupe, whose unique training has been at least as influential as its form-bending work, ends its 30-year run in a typically unlikely way: with a take on ‘A Christmas Carol.’
In excerpts from a new book, the British-born director talks about childhood mysteries, the theatre buildings he’s worked in, and his fascination with erasure and contradictions.
Japan’s Tadashi Suzuki revisits SITI, the U.S. company he helped found 25 years ago.
In his teaching and his work, he pressed all theatre workers to develop their own ideal theatre. But none could match his.
As today’s cutting-edge puppeteers peer into the souls of animated objects, they’re seeing the future—or rather, the eternal present—of the theatre.
Their work tackles existential dilemmas and the challenges of aging; the Vermont-based company also hosts family-friendly festivals each summer.
The hard-to-classify work of this multimedia Chicago company is coming out of the shadows.
Her mythology of one emanates a mysterious but universal truth.
Weimar recreated at Louisville Classics Festival, highlighted by rare visit of the Berliner Ensemble.