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.
Some artists are going beyond fan-driven escapism to do serious, probing work. Might this be Japan’s ticket to the world?
A brief history of Japanese theatre, from its medieval origins to its postwar revolutions.
U.S. theatre’s relationship with its Japanese colleagues has come a long way since Tadashi Suzuki’s 1978 debut here.
How a new genre of stage productions inspired by anime, manga, and video games are making Japanese pop culture 2.5-dimensional.
Non-human theatre both provokes and comforts in a post-Fukushima world.