The new taxi-based performance will literally transport audience members around the New York City.
New play receives first premiere at Denver Center Theatre Company.
The well-known Jewish play gets re-imagined in Cleveland.
How the design team for David Adjmi’s “Marie Antoinette,” tackled downsizing the play for a smaller black box space.
The words and music of an American master get a fresh read, and they’re as impossible, and transformative, as ever.
Theatre has always been both old-fashioned and cutting-edge. A study of the ever-changing but remarkably consistent technology of live performance shows why.
Italian director Romeo Castellucci talks theatre, air conditioning and observing art.
From sewing to sketching, focusing to carpentry, the technical work of theatre can be as creative as it is practical. The best schools know there’s no substitute for on-the-job training.
At the seminal WOW Cafe and beyond, Peggy Shaw and Lois Weaver have inspired generations of theatremakers with their seriously playful hybrid of vaudeville, drag, and postmodern appropriation.
The ease and speed of digital solutions for the stage is creating new possibilities—and raising new questions about how to train artists for such a rapidly evolving field.