The New Zealand-based Indian Ink Theatre Company brings immersive festivities to a number of U.S. theatres starting this month.
At the Generation After Festival in September, Polish theatres gave a fresh demonstration of the vitality, relevancy, and pliability of the live arts.
For MENA-identifying theatres in the U.S., the current Israel-Hamas war makes the work of lifting Palestinian and Arab voices all the more urgent.
How a cohort of artistic directors of color, recently hired at major U.S. theatres, have confronted unforeseen upheavals.
How an American director became a translator, as well as a sort of U.S. ambassador, for the Norwegian writer who is this year’s Nobel Prize winner.
The Studio Gang-designed campus for the open-air, slated to break ground in 2024, will meet LEED Platinum standards.
As we enter the holiday season, we celebrate taking risks on potentially life-changing works.
We don’t just get aesthetic or intellectual benefits from the expressive and performing arts—they can also be literally healing.
This L.A.-focused roundup includes a writer-director, a patron services manager, a scenic painter, an actor who’s also a marketing director, and more.
In his latest play, published in full in our Fall print edition, the writer/performer probes implicit ableism and the assumptions we make about people we’ll never really know.