A news story about a performance in a Ukrainian bomb shelter inspired the U.S. theatre company Irondale to fly a young troupe over, putting human faces on harrowing headlines.
Among the usual outsized quantity of productions at this year’s fest was a strong and meaningful showing of work by Middle Eastern artists.
Postponed by the pandemic, the latest iteration of Germany’s most famous Passion Play has returned with spectacle and spirit intact, minus some of its nastier legacies.
What began as a way for visiting artists to maintain their O-1 visas has grown into a nearly 2-week celebration of international theatre, with over 100 immigrant artists from 34 countries.
The author of the near-future history play ‘King Charles III’ turns his attention to our once and possibly future president, but is it a comedy or a tragedy?
An interview about antisemitism, accountability, and Diet Coke with Emma Jude Harris, an American director-dramaturg based in London.
Amid health and climate crises, a new-works program takes Latine writers to their ancestral homes to inspire hope and healing.
As the giant puppet wended her way from Syria to England, she retraced the steps of Europe’s refugee crisis, forging beautiful connections along the way.
This year’s festival, with a surfeit of plays by Jeton Neziraj, reflected the deep skepticism of a young country born of European conflict.
How we can make the most of the possibilities of liveness, technology, and human innovation.