Facing censorship and worse in post-revolution Cairo, theatremakers resist and persist.
By flipping a few genders, Marianne Elliott’s new London revival turns Sondheim and Furth’s classic into a meditation on modern relationships.
How does the thespian’s life in Paris, London, Edinburgh compare to that of U.S. actors? For better and worse, we’re in the same boat.
In speaking truth to power, audacious young directors at a Warsaw new-works showcase conjured bracing theatrical power of their own.
Two interdisciplinary artists, paired for a Rolex mentorship, had a cross-generational exchange that spanned the globe and many cultures and languages.
In Senegal and Cote d’Ivoire, theatre persists despite declining government support and lingering questions about who it’s for.
The nation’s still-questing independent theatres don’t face censorship amid the ascendant right-wing climate—just economic isolation.
The gender-parity tide may finally be turning in Britain and Ireland, but there’s still work to be done.
A dispatch from this year’s record-breaking festival, where 3,000 shows competed for theatregoers’ attention.
Children’s Theatre Company took a signature work to the gathering in South Africa.