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.
How Japan’s recent history has both fostered and demanded intercultural exchange with its Asian neighbors.
The Chilean theatremaker, now touring the U.S., works at the intersection of spectacle and philosophy.
Even after their building was destroyed by Israeli airstrikes, the actors and artists of ASHTAR Theatre keep the show going.
How U.S.-trained director Jon Kellam has adapted global influences into a new theatrical form with the Italian company Bämsemble.
How the Iranian playwright of ‘White Rabbit Red Rabbit’ got his work produced in 50 countries, and got around the travel ban.
There’s more to it than a spot of transatlantic travel.
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.