A Nairobi initiative shows what African artists can learn from American musical theatre, and vice versa.
When Shakespeare Youth Festival LA taught drama to young people in Nairobi, the learning went in all directions.
Berlin’s Gorki Theater is at the forefront of an urgent international dialogue about diversity, immigration, and human rights.
A hefty new Ibsen biography gives us a deeply difficult man in full.
A century after his heyday, a Polish pianist and statesman is suddenly a hot stage property.
Leadership turnover at both of the city’s biggest theatres comes after, but certainly won’t end, a period of intense controversy and scrutiny.
Iraqi immigrants and refugees living in Minnesota share their personal stories onstage.
How ‘The Jungle’ grew around a refugee camp in Calais, inspiring a theatre company with global ambitions.
Rooted in tradition while branching into the future, Japanese theatre is making new converts, at home and abroad.
How a new genre of stage productions inspired by anime, manga, and video games are making Japanese pop culture 2.5-dimensional.