Staging original works as audio dramas isn’t just a pandemic workaround; it’s also back-to-the-future turn to a resonant form.
How the pandemic-adjusted film resonated with, and deepened the meaning of, Sophocles’s iconic tragedy.
Beyond Zoom readings, companies are finding new forms and collaborators, and reaching audiences far beyond any they could serve in person.
Javaad Alipoor and Kirsty Housley’s new multi-screen theatre/film offering refracts the human race’s struggles through a pair of joy-riding Iranian teens.
Glynn Turman, Colman Domingo, and Michael Potts talk about the new film of August Wilson’s breakthrough play.
An excerpt from ‘For Black Trans Girls Who Gotta Cuss A Mother Fucker Out When Snatching An Edge Ain’t Enough: A Choreo Poem.’
From cockroaches to Greek myths, virtual theatre productions are offering theatremakers and audiences a way to connect.
A new album featuring many of her alt-musical singer/composer heirs reminds us of the vital, ever-timely pulse of her music.
Both Michael Roth’s ‘The Web Opera’ and HERE’s ‘all decisions are made by consensus’ use our screen-mediated world as a narrative given.
Working with Facebook and an Oculus Quest headset, NYU students explore the possibility of staging theatre via virtual reality.