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.
How a cross-cultural collaboration took shape over video call, then in person, affirming universal truths about both human experience and theatre practice.
Proceeds from the musical event, streamed from Florence, Italy, will go 13 theatres and institutions Felder has called home.
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.