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.
Plays at the National, Almeida, and Donmar Warehouse offer surfeit, stillness, and savvy celebrity casting.
Rooted as much in Michigan as Mosul, he lived to see both of his homes turn to sectarian violence and division.
The Lebanese playwright/performer, who receives a major international award next week, talks about her work, where it comes from, and what it means in this fraught time.
Even the country’s apolitical state theatres are joining the countrywide protest against the power grab by the Putin-backed dictator Lukashenko.